Something I've found in the course of figuring out about half a dozen different clashes between 1.79 and OXPs, is that the most likely culprit usually isn't the one at fault.. in fact, it can be downright surprising when you eventually track down the culprit.Astrobe wrote:Next I tried with distant suns OXP, which I thought was the most likely culprit, but it still works with it.
The binary method is often the fastest way to find the offending OXP:
Remove half the OXPs. If problem goes away, change to the other half of the set and try again.
Continue removing half the remaining OXPs each time, eliminating the half that are trouble-free. Repeat until you have identified the culprit.
Even if you have hundreds of OXPs, this method will let you identify the source of the trouble in less than 10 iterations.