Exported file has an issue with system-create (or something)

  • Problem Description

    Round2 <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile"> System-create does not seem to be working on the exported and hosted version. Taking your advice Ashley, here is a stripped down version that replicates the problem. It is not a "clean build" as I know this configuration normally works... that avoids the bug.. the bug is clearly somewhere else and is likely an edge-case of some sort, or more likely something did not get cleaned up correctly in the tool. I really doubt it's system-create. Please note, I have successfully exported many C2 programmes so if there is something there that is not obvious that may be missing.. I haven't a clue where to look. I thought it was simply export and copy to location?

    Attach a Capx

    http://149.157.140.178/debug/index.html

    http://149.157.140.178/debug/debug.capx

    Description of Capx

    The capx has 1 event, includes 3 objects. Total size of capx... 7k

    Steps to Reproduce Bug

      export copy to server click link.

    Observed Result

    a white screen, one piece of text top-left.

    Expected Result

    It should change the text on a preloaded text object, create a text object and set it's text, create and resize a sprite. When started, the screen should go black and a text object on the right hand side should appear with text saying "hello text1". there will be a text object top-left that is preloaded and will be set to layout size.

    Affected Browsers

    • Chrome: (YES)
    • FireFox: (??)
    • Internet Explorer: (YES)

    Operating System and Service Pack

    windows 7

    Construct 2 Version ID

    175

  • Your exported project returned 404 Not Found for the loading logo, so I'm assuming you have simply uploaded the project incorrectly. Closing.

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  • thanks.. not sure how that could have happened as that's a standard construct file.

    i'lll know what to look for now.

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