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Old 12-13-2017   #1
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Default SLADE 3 is crashing when converting graphics

Hello, i need help, i want to convert an png graphic to a DOOM graphic, but when i click in "Convert to..." it immediatly crashes and says that stopped working, there is an solution or anything that can help me?
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Old 12-15-2017   #2
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What version of SLADE are you using at the moment? If it's one of those recent betas, it may be possible it's just crashy in that area atm. In which case, I'd recommend trying the latest "stable" release instead.
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Hello, i need help, i want to convert an png graphic to a DOOM graphic, but when i click in "Convert to..." it immediatly crashes and says that stopped working, there is an solution or anything that can help me?
Besides, I'm getting this problem too. I tried with the most versions of SLADE3 and still no luck, When I convert an image, It crashes like he said.
I planned to boot my Windows to Safe Mode, Then It's kinda worked. SLADE3 could convert images to Doom.

Is there's something that stops SLADE3 to convert images when I boot normally?
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