I was creating an arcade map, and worked though many hurtles, including the fact that I had to start my project over 3 times due to using a dependency that linked many mods together. I got the map working, and even tried to publish it. That is, until I got this error:
Retrieving Header File for Document Dependency: Teams 04 (Mod)
I immediately thought it was my maps fault, so I tested many things. I removed and re-added dependencies, I relogged off and on of my account to publish, I deleted all custom races, got rid of all player settings, and even logged out, opened the editor, logged back in, and opened my map though file->open. Next, I read on the Blizzard support to delete the Blizzard cache folder. I did that, but to no avail. I tried repairing my game, and even went as far as uninstalling and reinstalling sc2. I still got the error. Afterwards, I opened up the editor to see if the error was just in my map but I still got it. One thing I noticed is when I am about to close the sc2 editor is gives me this message. (See image 2.)
I forgot to mention triggers and game attributes. I have tried those tutorials as well. I even tired using my friends pc to upload, but turns out he has the free version, and therefore cannot upload maps or mods.
Edit: It turns out that my game too is stuck in an excessive error: "loading map dependencies". And I can't even play anything.
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