After writing a script in the configureCell component of a power table on one my popup windows in the designer and clicking ‘Apply’, my designer froze. It had been awhile since I performed a save operation, so I pressed ctrl+s and hoped for the best. At one point, I noticed the saving text appeared on the bottom left of the designer, indicating my project had been saved, and a client I had running to debug at the time received an update push. I accepted the update. My designer continued to be locked up after this save operation occurred, and when I pressed a button I had configured to open the popup window on the client, the client proceeded to crash.
After waiting for some time, I decided to kill the designer and client via task manager. I am able to open the designer from a fresh launch; however, when I try to open the popup window in the designer to remove the code that caused this issue, the designer freezes again. Therefore, it is impossible for me to remove the code causing the window to freeze. Does anyone have a workaround for removing code from a script on a component in a window without actually opening the window itself?
Apologies for not having any code to show. As I said, I’m unable to load the window to get to the code, and the designer freezes when I try to open the window, so I can’t retrieve an error message either.