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Old 06-21-2019, 08:13 AM   #3147
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Originally Posted by MixMonkey View Post
I think I may have found a workaround. Don't use SubZones When I take my subzone definition and turn it into a discrete zone (within the C4 .zon folder) and access it with GoZone instead of GoSubZone, I can flip back and forth between the main Zone and the 'SubZone' with no problem.

Haven't managed to crash it yet
The only trouble is that your Zone stack gets "dirty", cluttered up with SubZones that didn't get Deactivated when the main FX Zone got Deactivated.

If you have a "Home" button mapped, that clears the stack as well as going Home.

Originally Posted by MixMonkey View Post
This is better for me, as I would prefer whatever C4 subzones I create to be in their own file, rather than being added to the main .zon file.
There is no need for a SubZone definition to be in the same file as the parent Zone.

The decision making is all done at runtime, feel free to organize your .zon files any way you like.

I haven't tested this, but I don't think you even have to have included Zones in the same file.
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