//This is my turf saving code, i have no problem with this
var/savefile/F = new ("turfs.sav")
var/list/L = new
for(var/turf/build/T in world)
T.saved_x = T.x
T.saved_y = T.y
T.saved_z = T.z
T.saved_o = T.owner
L += T
F[""] << L
//This is the loading part, i get no errors
//here but it doesent load the owner
var/savefile/G = new ("turfs.sav")
var/list/S = new
G[""] >> S
if(!S) return
for(var/turf/build/T in S)
var/turf/build/NewT=new T.type(locate(T.saved_x,T.saved_y,T.saved_z))
//Can I please get some help on getting this to load the turfs owner? also the turfs owner is the usr's key
//Also it saves apon world closing and loads during world opening

Turfs cannot exist without a unique x,y,z location. So, by default, when you save and load a turf, their location is saved and loaded as well. When you create a new turf, it is always created over an old turf, deleting the old one. Therefore, the issue is when you create NewT, it is on top of T and so T is deleted. Despite the fact that you claim you are getting no errors, I'm fairly sure you are getting a "cannot read null.saved_o" error.

To solve your issue: remove all that saved_x, saved_o, blah blah blah stuff, as well as your loop in the LoadTurfs() proc. All your turfs are fully loaded on the line that you do G["]" >> S, so the if(!S) line is also pointless. If owner isn't being saved, then you have it declared as tmp, so change it to a normal variable.

Also: don't repost the same thing in multiple forums.
In response to Garthor (#1)
My apologies and no it has no errors at all originally i will try your way
In response to Iocamus (#2)
Thank you worked perfectly.
In response to Garthor (#1)
Oh wait,
I have this now
var/savefile/G = new ("turfs.sav")
var/list/S = new
G[""] >> S
for(var/turf/build/T in S)
new T.type
again no errors
it loads the owner but I get this runtime error
runtime error: bad loc
proc name: LoadTurfs (/proc/LoadTurfs)
usr: null
src: null
call stack:
: New()
: New()
In response to Iocamus (#4)
I don't quite understand how you read "remove that loop" and interpret it as "don't remove that loop".
In response to Garthor (#5)
What do you mean?
In response to Iocamus (#6)
Delete the for() loop.