Big project unable to load (randomly) - Server error, could not load file

I have a problem with loading my project. It randomly refuses to load properly.

error

If the error occurs I can’t open one of my screen due to:

Technical Data to be Submitted:
notes = Browser: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:90.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/90.0
foundIn = 1.5.1-Fenix
faultData = java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException
projectId = -1

There’s about 50% chance my project loads correctly. Is it server related problem?

Summary of my project:

Have you import any screens? Did you change the name properly, if you tried , if not then did you give the same name in connection with imported screen blocks parts?

Have you removed any file from asset which is linked with the faulty screen?
(Please see the show errors in all screen)

Can you open your AIA using 7zip and verify yourself that anyother fault is screen is present ? If yes remove it and try.

Other reasons also interlinked but first check up with above said and still error persists pls do not forget to post it again here

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Wow

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Try deleteing all assets by extracting aia and also If you are not using mozila firefox try this using mozila firefox also before you open creator clear all cache and browsing data

i feel very laggy because i have 8,458 blocks in my projects and extension is over 40+ and screen there 7

any tips for reducing lag ??
my pc is very good gaming pc

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Yes, I did the wrong choice. I could learn java/kotlin and go for android studio at first place. My project is ambitious. I probably can shorten the block number by 10-20% max.

So can someone answet my question? Is the number of blocks too big for kodular to handle it?

EDIT: Thanks for answers but It’s a random occuring problem. There’s no way something is wrong with my project. It works sometimes :smiley: I just need to refresh until it load correctly. I think it’s the number of blocks which cause the problem.

I think it is problem occuring by too many blocks. So try your best to reduce blocks using loops and procedures.

Empty the aia file into a folder with 7zip, delete all images and related files, except external_comps, and re-compress with 7zip and change the extension name to aia. It will work 100%. It’s not about blocks.
Endless thanks to @Still-learning for the solution.

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what about monetization approved aia i can’t reimport the same aia and if i do then i need to wait for approval again

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Does this solution work? If then, it’s cool! I should try that for my project.