[4.6.1] Crash with Corruption Cards

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[4.6.1] Crash with Corruption Cards

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Gzdoom 4.6.1 crashes my mod but doesn't give me any details on why. Hopefully you can point me in the right direction if it's something I'm doing wrong. Was working in the previous GZDoom. Crash dump attached.

Mod download: https://cutstuff.net/public/CorruptionCards-v2.1f.pk3

Simply boot up a new game, which automatically opens up a ZForms menu after a couple of tics, which seems to cause the crash. Opening the console and opening a different menu (the card compendium) also crashes.
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Re: [4.6.1] Crash with Corruption Cards

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It was already reported here.
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Re: [4.6.1] Crash with Corruption Cards

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Ah, sorry. That was fast. Thanks for the link!

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