How would I tell if this is line 841?
Put your cursor in the line and press CTRL+L and the line number will be shown.
You can type the line number into the dialogue that appears also to move to that line.
It doesn't look like this line will do anything but I would have thought there should be a name in the brackets.
Try commenting out the line by putting an exclamaition mark in front of it.
then save the object and see what happens.
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Barry wrote: ...Just press CTRL+L and type in the line number.
What does this line of the script say?
Barry already told you how to find a particular line.
In the portion of the script you show, there is a KILLGROUP command that does not appear to be complete - the parenthesis should have quotes inside them and the name of a prior group inside the quotes. However, without the full script I cannot tell you which group should be ended or what to put in as the argument to the KILLGROUP command.
Also, it would be a good idea to go back in this thread and delete some (all) of the duplicate posts. Just sayn'
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