Author Topic: Corona for sketchup STARTUP  (Read 16817 times)

2016-02-24, 16:39:26
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marqueso

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Yes, one suggested solution is to install this (64-bit):
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48145
But I am not sure if it applies to this problem.


This worked for me. Downloading TT.Lib extensions did nothing.


2016-04-19, 15:39:40
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pavli4ek

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Just installed most recent version of Corona instead of CoronaSketchup-160408, and the problem with sturtup error apeared again. tried to reinstall Microsoft VC 2015 64 and 32 bit, but it does nothing. My system is Win 7 64 bit, SU 2015 and 2016 46 bit.

2016-04-21, 03:02:49
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jKLman

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Try installing VC 2015 update1 instead.
"Jack of all trade, but messing up with 3D"
Blender 2.78 Corona Standalone 1.5 / 2016-10-24 Alpha
Win 10 64bit

2016-04-27, 10:29:19
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pavli4ek

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it does not help

2016-04-28, 00:53:03
Reply #19

jKLman

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While it is in the progress of resolving this issue here,
Well, the good news is that these messages will be replaced with a much nicer "Failed to load Corona DLL" message in the next release :) Even better news is that I'll start working on a custom installer which will hopefully solve this issue once and for all.

You can try a clean install. Use only Sketchup 2016.
Delete and uninstall all the sketchup plugins or extensions and install only Corona for Sketchup,
It may work.
"Jack of all trade, but messing up with 3D"
Blender 2.78 Corona Standalone 1.5 / 2016-10-24 Alpha
Win 10 64bit