09-23-2009 02:45 PM - edited 09-23-2009 02:54 PM
I've asked this on several forums, & no one seems to have ever run into this problem.
I've already made themes for the 9630 Tour using Plazmic 4.7 (and I've also downloaded AND installed the patch). I even host them on my own server & other people have downloaded them...so I know I've done everything right. A day or two ago, a couple of my themes wouldn't open in the themebuilder. I wrote it off & exported them anyway. They worked just fine on my phone (and no one has complained that they don't work). The only issue is that I can't go back and edit them now. I just kind of brushed it off & started on my next theme. I had it the way I wanted to test it & when I exported it & loaded it onto my phone, it wouldn't work. I would click the new theme & it wouldn't load the theme..it would just change the font of anything I rolled my trackball over. I went back to my theme, changed a few things around, and then did it again..but it still wouldn't activate the theme (no new homescreen, controls, icons)--but it would show as "Active" inside Options>Theme.
I shut the themebuilder down, & when I started it back up it wouldn't load past "Initializing Catalog Panel" so NOW I can't get into it at ALL. It won't open up any of the themes I have saved on my computer. It won't open at ALL. I've uninstalled both the program and the patch like three times, no avail. I've uninstalled & reinstalled java. I've restored my computer back to a date I knew the themebuilder was working perfectly. Nothing. Now I'm completely stuck.
EDIT: It actually does open sometimes. But after it does when I click anything in the themebuilder it will freeze & my computer will tell me that themebuilder has stopped working & will shut it down. There's no way to get around it!
One day it worked, then the next it didn't! Does anyone know what's going on?
Feel free to bbm me about this issue if you know what the problem is, because I'm so annoyed by this I'm pulling my hair out. 30E10E88
09-25-2009 08:52 AM
When you uinstalled the Plazmic CDK, did you also delete the installation directories? Configuration files may be left behind when uninstalling the application.
What version of Windows are you using?
09-25-2009 08:55 AM
09-25-2009 09:16 AM
09-25-2009 04:09 PM - edited 09-25-2009 04:19 PM
When uninstalling, try deleting the Catelog files as well. They're found here: C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Plazmic
Can you confirm if this issue also applies to Composer or just Theme Builder? Can you run the svgc.exe application from a command line?
09-25-2009 07:46 PM
The issue is just with Themebuilder. The Composer seems to work just fine. It opens every time I try opening it, & never has an error, even now.
I just had an issue uninstalling because it said the InstallAnywhere was missing, so I reinstalled & uninstalled again. It uninstalled somewhat successfully, because it asked me if I wanted it to restart my computer or do it on my own, but had the following message for me.
The following items could not be removed:
Unable to remove directory: C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\S
Unable to remove registry key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Plazmic.svg\OpenWithList
I deleted the first one. The HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Plazmic.svg\OpenWithList , I didn't.
Also, when I go to C:\Documents and Settings, I get an error. It comes up on Windows XP, but I have Vista. I unhid the folders and still haven't come across Documents and Settings. I did delete a folder called Plazmic when I went into "Roaming" while looking for the first directory it was unable to remove.
Should I just install it again?
In my C:\ folder I only have Intel, PerfLogs, Program Files, SwSetup, Users, & Windows.
09-26-2009 08:33 AM
09-29-2009 08:44 AM
10-07-2009 08:10 AM
I'm actually not sure what did it, but my themebuilder is back working again. My UAC was already disabled (it was too anoying), but when I re-installed & just make new themes it works. I can't edit the ones I did prior to the re-download. It's not that big of a deal. At least it's working.
Thanks for all your help. (=