Loading BMP images for the CDG gives syntax error in PCDJ

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Hi All,

I have been using PCDJ for quite some time now and I am quite impressed with this superb software. A few days back, I downloaded the PCDJ beta with new CDG engine and was trying out the new version when I encountered this problem. I am trying to load a BMP image in the CDG area of PCDJ, a ’Missing operand’ Syntax Error gets displayed and even though the error gives a continue option, clicking it wouldn’t give any result. Is this an issue with the new 0.8 build? I am using this build along with an earlier 0.7 build. I could load BMP images with earlier builds without any problem. What could be giving such an error now? Image sizes are also similar to what had been successfully loaded in the previous version of this application. I am using windows 7, 32 bit on my machine and has a 4GB RAM. Please can anyone else duplicate this issue? Or is this something to do with my computer alone? Please help. Regards

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Error:

CDG Options

Unhandled exception has occurred in your application. If you click Continue, The application will ignore this error and attempt to continue. if you click quit. The application will close immediately.

Syntax error: Missing operand after ‘s’ operator.

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Loading BMP images for the CDG gives syntax error in PCDJ

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Make sure you are not using Windows Vista and older because they are no longer supported. Since you are already using PCDJ, try upgrading to the latest version so it will be more compatible with your operating system. Sometimes beta versions are unstable but sometimes it is already as good as the final release.

To download the latest version, visit PCDJ Red Mobile Dex and Karaoki. Whether you download the Red Mobile or the Dex version, they both have the same system specifications. PCDJ supports Windows 7, Windows 8, and higher. It dropped support for Windows XP and Windows Vista. For Mac users, it requires Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and higher.

Uninstall the old version then click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and select Disk Cleanup. Select drive C and click OK. Check “Temporary files” and click OK. Wait until it is finished and restart your computer. Install the newly downloaded version and see if this fixes the problem.

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