At a different topic I gave the statement that in 99% the script is responsible if it does not run inside a project.
In this case we have the remaining 1%: I made a mistake.
When starting the project I had in !Fundamentals the RAM drive B: instead of X:
Changing to X: is runs well, with the original FBWF and the version modified by Thunn.
And it runs well w/o the 16BitSupport script.
I'm thinking about a 'Verify' script in the very beginning of nativeEX which avoids this and similar user mistakes. It can also be a replacement for the internal 'Dependencies' function.
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