Lua:391

Okay, I keep getting this, and I’ve gone through my mages and the macros I’ve input and I’m not finding this macro at all. Either I’m blind… or…

Help please! Thank you <3

Message: Interface\AddOns\GS-Core\Core.lua:391: attempt to compare number with string
Time: 08/28/16 11:17:30
Count: 1
Stack: Interface\AddOns\GS-Core\Core.lua:391: in function <Interface\AddOns\GS-Core\Core.lua:389>
Interface\AddOns\GS-Core\Core.lua:403: in function GSUpdateSequence' Interface\AddOns\GS-Core\Core.lua:133: in functionGSReloadSequences’
…terface\AddOns\GS-SequenceEditor\translator-core.lua:287: in main chunk

Locals: specID = “63”
_ = 63
specname = “Fire”
specdescription = “Ignite enemies with balls of fire and combustive flames.”
specicon = “Interface\Icons\Spell_Fire_FireBolt02”
_ = “bg-mage-fire”
specrole = “DAMAGER”
specclass = “MAGE”
(*temporary) = “DAMAGER”
(*temporary) = “MAGE”
(*temporary) = nil
(*temporary) = nil
(*temporary) = nil
(*temporary) = nil
(*temporary) = nil
(*temporary) = “attempt to compare number with string”
L = <table> {
A sequence colision has occured. = "A sequence colision has occured. "
Close to Maximum Personal Macros. You can have a maximum of = "Close to Maximum Personal Macros. You can have a maximum of "
Testing String: = “Testing String: "
Sequence named = " Sequence named "
Two sequences with unknown sources found. = “Two sequences with unknown sources found.”
Reloading Sequences = “Reloading Sequences”
has been added as a new version and set to active. Please review if this is as expected. = " has been added as a new version and set to active. Please review if this is as expected.”
I am loaded = “I am loaded”
: The command = ": The command "
/gs will list any macros available to your spec. This will also add any macros available for your current spec to the macro interface. = “/gs will list any macros available to your spec. This will also add any macros available for your current spec to the macro interface.”
macros per Account. You currently have = " macros per Account. You currently have "
Sequence Author set to Unknown = “Sequence Author set to Unknown”
GSUpdateSequence PreMacro updated to: = "GSUpdateSequence PreMacro updated to: "
Checking if specID = "Checking if specID "
: You cannot delete this version of a sequence. This version will be reloaded as it is contained in = ": You cannot delete this version of a sequence. This version will be reloaded as it is contained in "
GnomeSequencer-Enhanced loaded. Type = "GnomeSequencer-Enhanced loaded. Type "
Line : = "Line : "
Update = “Update”
Moving on - = "Moving on - "
. Overriding with information for current spec = ". Overriding with information for current spec "
. This version was not loaded. = “. This version was not loaded.”
<SEQUENCEDEBUG> = “<SEQUENCEDEBUG> "
From library = " From library”
Close to Maximum Macros. You can have a maximum of = "Close to Maximum Macros. You can have a maximum of "
. As a result this macro was not created. Please delete some macros and reenter = ". As a result this macro was not created. Please delete some macros and reenter "
/gs again. = “/gs again.”
<DEBUG> = "<DEBUG> "
/gs showspec will show your current Specialisation and the SPECID needed to tag any existing macros. = “/gs showspec will show your current Specialisation and the SPECID needed to tag any existing macros.”
/gs help to get started. = “/gs help to get started.”
: Your current Specialisation is = ": Your current Specialisation is "
: To get started = ": To get started "
[GNOME] syntax error on line %d of Sequences.lua: %s = “[GNOME] syntax error on line %d of Sequences.lua: %s”
/gs cleanorphans will loop through your macros and delete any left over GS-E macros that no longer have a sequence to match them. = “/gs cleanorphans will loop through your macros and delete any left over GS-E macros that no longer have a sequence to match them.”
Entering GSSplitMeIntolines with : = “Entering GSSplitMeIntolines with :”
Version= = “Version=”
: You cannot delete the only copy of a sequence. = “: You cannot delete the only copy of a sequence.”
Se