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I am new to Godot and Programming. So, I begin learning with Dodge The Creeps and I came across the problem that Mob's animation wasn't playing because "Playing" checkbox was unchecked. So, I checked the box and tried to save the scene. However, it manually asked me to save scene and I tried to save the scene and a confirmation box popped up "File exist. Overwrite?" and I saved the scene which caused a crash in Godot and it corrupted the scene. I am glad that I already made a backup of the project. I even tried saving scene with different name but nothing changes. Can anybody help me to fix it?

Godot version 3.2.2.stable.official
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Just wondering, were you trying to save the scene with the game running?

Sorry for the late reply. No, I saved when game was not running. I have noticed that this crash happens when I try to save and overwrite existing scene with little or no changes.

That's a weird error. Does it still occur when you upgrade to 3.3?

Try running Godot from command line with-v flag. It might give you additional information when Godot crashes again.
e.g.:

cd path_to_godot_executable
.\Godot_v3.3-rc9_win64.exe -p path_to_my_godot_projects -v

https://docs.godotengine.org/en/stable/getting_started/editor/command_line_tutorial.html

I fixed it. I surely don't know how I fixed it.

Hi, I have the same problem!!
every time I try to overwrite a file the project saving screen gets too 100%, freezes, and then crashes. I tried to save the file as a different name, but when I deleted the old ones, the new ones broke and couldn't be loaded anymore. This is a really annoying problem and a solution to this would be awesome as I can't really continue my game with this problem.

Thanks, Space.

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