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Does anyone using minion know what’s caused these UI errors?

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I've recently started using minion and have a ui error that appears when opening the game:

EsoUI/Ingame/Map/WorldMap.lua:2232: attempt to index a nil value

stack traceback:

EsoUI/Ingame/Map/WorldMap.lua:2232: in function 'SetMapWindowSize'

EsoUI/Ingame/Map/WorldMap.lua:2661: in function 'ZO_MapPanAndZoom:SetCurrentNormalizedZoomInternal'

EsoUI/Ingame/Map/WorldMap.lua:2648: in function 'ZO_MapPanAndZoom:SetCurrentNormalizedZoom'

(tail call): ?

user:/AddOns/LibGPS/MapStack.lua:54: in function 'MapStack:Pop'

(tail call): ?

user:/AddOns/LibGPS/TamrielOMeter.lua:201: in function 'TamrielOMeter:CalculateMapMeasurement'

user:/AddOns/LibGPS/TamrielOMeter.lua:128: in function 'TamrielOMeter:GetCurrentMapMeasurement'

(tail call): ?

user:/AddOns/LibGPS/MapAdapter.lua:43: in function 'orgSetMapToPlayerLocation'

user:/AddOns/LibGroupSocket/LibGPS/LibGPS.lua:325: in function 'NewSetMapToPlayerLocation'

user:/AddOns/LibGroupSocket/LibGPS/LibGPS.lua:423: in function 'Initialize'

user:/AddOns/LibGroupSocket/LibGPS/LibGPS.lua:712: in function '(main chunk)'

Here is the ui error with more info:

EsoUI/Ingame/Map/WorldMap.lua:2232: attempt to index a nil value

stack traceback:

EsoUI/Ingame/Map/WorldMap.lua:2232: in function 'SetMapWindowSize'

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EsoUI/Ingame/Map/WorldMap.lua:2661: in function 'ZO_MapPanAndZoom:SetCurrentNormalizedZoomInternal'

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