Numbered Steps to Reproduce Problem:
1.Create a new project.
2.Create a new verb to click that uses GetMedal() & add in to GetMedal() the hub you want to use as well as another paremeter of GetMedal().
3.Observe that it will return the value of being un-successful.
4.Now add in any random password, even blank as the world.hub_password so you can watch that now it will return the REAL value instead of saying it was un-successful.
Code Snippet (if applicable) to Reproduce Problem:
a=world.GetMedal("Shadow Spar Master","Superbike32","Falacy.DBZHU2")
world<<"Superbike32 doesn't have the medal."
world<<"Superbike32 has the medal."
world<<"The hub can't be contacted."
The code above to be able to retrieve whether or not I have earned the medal or not.
Unless I also put in the following code it will show "The Hub can't be contacted.".
The presence of a hub password should not matter, it doesn't matter what the hub password is set to but world.hub_password needs to be set to a value for it to work.
I can't think of why it would need to be password protected to check if a medal is gotten nor does it even have to be the right password, since any value works.
Does the problem occur:
Every time? Or how often?Every Time
In other games?Yes, all projects, even a blank one.
In other user accounts?Yes
On other computers?Yes
When does the problem NOT occur?
Did the problem NOT occur in any earlier versions? If so, what was the last version that worked? (Visit http://www.byond.com/download/build to download old versions for testing.)
Provide a world.hub_password value in code but as to what value it is, this doesn't make a difference.
EDIT:As far as things go though I don't know that it's failing due to the hub_password specifically, my only other guess though would be is a difference in allowing access to the net or blocking access to the net when a world.hub_password is supplied or not supplied.