Sure that could have been the problem. You indicated that you were testing with a default LiveXP recommended as supplied from the server. That's exactly what I was testing with. The only other variable in the equation was the alpha. So I assumed you'd done your initial test with it, it had corrupted something in your project, and so your subsequent tests with 080 also failed as a result. How was I to know that you weren't actually testing with LiveXP recommended supplied default from the server when you'd in fact indicated you were? In this situation, I could not do anything but conclude that there was something wrong with the alpha. In retrospect, I guess you're saying that I should not have taken your word that you were testing with default settings supplied from the server and that the error must not be either with the alpha, nor the actual script which you were claiming was buggy, but with you having done some clicking or editing and mucked up the project yourself such that it could no longer be considered default nor recommended but was bound to fail with errors? I sorry, the fault lie with me then if that's the case.
I allways try to find out "What is different between yours and mine system".
When I get the failure also with wb 80, what did not fail on your system, the reason can really not be, that a (in this case unused) development version is additionally on my system.