"Script failed!" error on most add-ons

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OrjanKL Offline
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Hi there!

After installing Eden I am failing to run most add-on's. All of them just return the "Script failed!" error. Have been trying to figure this out on my own, but haven't been successful so far.

I am running XBMC (11.0 Git:20120321-14feb09) on Windows 7, 64-bit (WoW) Service Pack 1 build 7601.

Here's a debug log where I try to run the Youtube addon, the Vimeo addon, and the subtitle downloader: Clicky

Thanks a lot for your help.

Ørjan
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ronie Offline
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it's the 'Ø' in your username.
many addons don't handle special characters too well.

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OrjanKL Offline
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Seems that was it. Tried running XBMC in portable mode and all the addons worked. Guess I just have to keep running it this way. Thanks for your help. Any disadvantages running it this way exept for compromising the userdata when you are updating?
(This post was last modified: 2012-06-14 00:40 by OrjanKL.)
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Martijn Offline
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None at all.
The data is just stored inside the install folder

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