Happens to me too
Apparently turning off my WiFi solves it
Happens to me too
Has this always happened, or is it after a certain update? Could you send me a screenshot of your about page?
My about page? Also it might be my WiFi
Yes, if you tap on the gear button on the top right corner of Hopscotch, you will open a drop-down menu, select About and take a screenshot of it, and email it to me email@example.com, please.
I’ll email it as soon as I can get to them
- This only happens when the device is connected to the internet
- This happens with or without internet
- While doing nothing
- When playing a community project
- When editing/playing a draft
- iOS 15 beta
- iOS 14.7.x
- iOS 14.6.x
- iOS 14.0-14.5.x
- iOS 13.x
- iOS 12.x or below
- Yes, even after viewing notifications, I do see the dot re-appear before Hopscotch crashes.
- No, the app always crashes before the dot re-appears from new notifications
- The app doesn’t crash when I do this
The average time it crashes for me is 1 minute after opening any project/draft
Device: iPad8,1 , iPadOS 15 PB 8, Player 1.5.17, Version 3.47.1
I had something very similar occur on an M1.
The only difference for me is that the crashing occurs when I tap the UI buttons while playing a project (notable edit/play and home). I basically played a project, gave myself a notification from a different account, waited for about a minute, then tried to exit the project. Upon exiting it crashed.
I also tried waiting for the dot, but like you, it never crashed, and idk if this is the same for you, but the dot never appeared when I just waited.
I think it has something to do with the notifications, unless someone can prove that the crash occurs after the notification dot appears
I think it has to do with screen time also because when I disabled the content restrictions hopscotch stopped crashing
Not for me because my Screen Time Timer was turned off.
I can confirm the crashing only occurs while connected to WiFi, as it hasn’t crashed for me while playing a draft offline for 3+ minutes.
Make that over 17 minutes
Ok, another question. If you leave a project without it crashing, do you ever see the notification dot?
Nope, it still crashes before (seems that opening a project will make it crash no matter what, unless offline). Also, I got a notification when I opened the app, and I don’t get notifications very often.
I just updated my device to iPadOS 15 RC 1, and the issue with crashing while on WiFi still persists.
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your username: Sandpiper_Studios
What kind of device are you using?: iPad Model A1893, iPadOS 14.7.1, another iPad of the same model and iOS, and an iPhone 12 Pro, iOS 14.8
1 sentence description of the problem (I was doing _____, and then _____ happened): Often while coding projects, I will be coding in most often a text object, and then my screen freezes. After 5-15 seconds, Hopscotch crashes. This happens on multiple devices, including my iPad, my mom’s iPad, and my mom’s phone. I have not tested it on my dad’s iPad Pro or his phone, but I’ll do that and update this when I do.
Steps that the Hopscotch team can take to reproduce my problem every time:
- Enter any draft
- Code for a few minutes
- Exit out of an object’s code, spamtapping screen as the menu is closing
- Sit and watch as your device freezes and Hopscotch crashes
(Note: this may not work every time. I have run into this bug a lot in the past few weeks but I never tried to really replicate it, I’ve just noticed this is what tends to cause the freeze/crash)
I expected this to happen:
Object to close like a good object and let me continue coding
But instead this happened:
Screen freezes, Hopscotch crashes
Here’s a sweet screenshot:
I’ll try to get a video and catbox it, but atm I don’t have one
They may not be related but I figured it fit better here then make a topic and it get moved here
This can be made a topic if it belongs in a separate space
Update: I ran into it while coding
Try turning off WiFi and see it that helps, then close the app, turn WiFi back on and go back into the app when you are ready to share the project (you should be good for at least 1 minute after opening the app before it crashes).
That points directly at the bug being related to trying to retrieve notifications