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!Publicsheet api crash

I am using the 5e ogl sheet and when I hit the button to force sync on !publicsheet it cause the api to crash.  It says it detects a possible infinite loop and shuts down.  Any idea why that might be?  I have never used this script before and I like how it makes a sheet everyone can see.  I'd love to keep using it but would need it to update correctly.
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The Aaron
Roll20 Production Team
API Scripter
The problem is likely that there are a very large number of attributes to sync. I rewrote the syncing logic, give this version a try, if it works, I'll push it up the the official repo as a bug fix: <a href="https://gist.github.com/shdwjk/fcbfee01d9e2f43f1e63de6d79cafec6" rel="nofollow">https://gist.github.com/shdwjk/fcbfee01d9e2f43f1e63de6d79cafec6</a>
That seemed to work.&nbsp; It still does not give any indication that it is doing anything when you click the buttons but the public sheets did update after all.&nbsp; So I just uninstalled the 1 click and am using your direct feed.
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The Aaron
Roll20 Production Team
API Scripter
It's not my script, so I hesitate to update it too much.&nbsp; However, I did add a couple of output messages when it begins syncing and when it finishes.&nbsp; Gist above updated.
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You mean you just added them right now??&nbsp; Like in the last 20 minutes since I posted this????&nbsp; Does no one have to work anymore??&nbsp; I can't keep up.&nbsp; You're waaaaay too fast.&nbsp; That's amazing :-) **EDIT**&nbsp; That was perfect.&nbsp; I LOVE feedback from my api.&nbsp; Helps me know it's working.
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The Aaron
Roll20 Production Team
API Scripter
Hahahahah, I do still have to work, but that was after 6:00pm, so no biggy. =D