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  1. Hi adragpjlovic, no worries. I used to work as QA Engineer in a software house, I know how much these reports can be useful to find something else - I like to do my part for a product that I really enjoy.
  2. This is a non-sporadic crash, at least for me, I have attached an error log. Apparently some game module still refers to steam even though I play the GOG version. The steps are as following: - go to the ship/world map - enter party management, dismiss your companions. - grab another set of companions - equip them etc. - re-enter party management and re-select your older companions - game crashes. The only way to move forward with this is to SAVE before re-entering the second selection, so that you can either exit or let the game crash, reload from where you were and then select your crew again, i.e. don't select a party two times in a row, I guess. If you do that it's not game breaking but it's still a pretty concerning bug. I am attaching the crash dump, the error log and a savegame you can use to reproduce the crash can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6y1gdx1p85ffecg/MyCharName%20%28a9b95203-c1cd-4dd8-9d0b-a67ce81398e7%29%20autosave_0.rar?dl=0 error.log.txt crash.dmp.txt output_log.txt
  3. For what is worth, I have onedrive installed and running on my machine (I have to use it for work) and it has the function to automatically save a png when you press hte printscreen file. I wouldn't recommend installing onedrive just for that (lol) but if you have it and keep it disabled, or someone else has it, worth nothing that with onedrive the screenshot feature works ok (just tested it a few times). Hope you can get it sorted out, mate.
  4. Right, I agree with you, that's why I think the quick and dirty solution would be as simple as releasing the console commands, and call it a day. A mini-dlc would be a "more elegant" approach, I guess. You're probably right so when you say that this is more likely to happen.
  5. Absolutely, they seem to be willing to go out of their way to fix the issue, and I'm for once totally happy to wait and support them. I mean, worse comes worst I don't see why they wouldn't be able to release the item as a console command for the gog users. Sure, it would defeat the idea of a scavenger hunt but, as anath said, they are pretty much public domain and obsidian was on board with the community sharing the efforts.
  6. Same boat. The game is amazing, I hadn't had such a good feeling about an RPG since the roaring days of BG2, so it's not a big deal, I'm happy I supported them by buying the explored edition on gog, but a couple of those items (namely, the cannon, the cloak, and the sails) are really really nifty and I am looking forward to them.
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