Make an EZ-Builder Behavior Control

Trouble Shooting

This is a list of trouble shooting conversations with solutions from the EZ-Robot Community Forum regarding creating plugins...

Blank Space In GUID Folder Name
https://synthiam.com/Question/1465

Plugin.XML Not Copying to Output Folder
https://synthiam.com/Question/1465

Plugin.XML file with invalid characters produces error
https://synthiam.com/Question/4186

Here are some items to verify that you may have overlooked during the previous tutorial steps. Please check that these steps have been taken:

1) Have the EZ-Builder and EZ_B references been added and configured for "not to copy"?

2) Is the Output Folder of the plugin specified to the correct location? (i.e. c:\users\public\documents\ez-builder\plugins\)

3) Is the plugin.xml configured to be copied to the output folder? Setting should be set for "Copy Always" in solution explorer properties.

4) Is the latest version of EZ-Builder installed?

5) Is the main form of your plugin inheriting the correct PluginMaster class rather than Form class?

6) If you cannot execute the plugin for debugging, is the "Debug With External Application" configured to use EZ-Builder.exe?

7) Is the correct DLL filename of your plugin specified in the Plugin.xml file?

8) Is the correct GUID specified in the plugin.xml file?

To verify any of these questions, revisit the tutorial steps to ensure that you have completed the tutorial entirely.

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#5  
Trying to follow the tutorials but can't find where the plugin page has gone. How do I add a new plugin to the ez-robot / Synthiam site to get the XML?
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#6  
Never mind. Just found the "Create Behaviour Control" link:)
#7  
I am trying to follow the instructions for adding my own plugin but I cannot seem to find the place to register the plugin based on the instructions.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks
Synthiam
#8   — Edited
The new button to create a plugin behavior control is less than an inch below the button you pressed to create this question. :)

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#9  
Thanks for the quick response.

This what happens when you are working on robotics when its way past your bed time.

You miss the obvious