LocalStorage seems to crash in Chrome x64

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  • Problem Description

    It seems that the LocalStorage crashes when I'm using the Chrome Browser.

    See this video.


    Same file works absolutely fine with all other browsers. Same customers of mine also told me that the same issue happens if the build this template with Intel XDK, maybe it's the same problem with the built-in browser of Intel XDK?

    Attach a Capx

    See this capx file (same from the video).


    Description of Capx

    It's a simple function. On start it fills randomly an array and then it saves the array to the localstorage.

    On the next start (or refrehs) the array gets loaded from the localstorage. (so it meant to be)

    It works fine on firefox.

    Steps to Reproduce Bug

    • Open the capx-file and set Chrome as test browser
    • Run in debug mode and check the "LocalStorage" object (it might need some refreshes till the error comes up)
    • Try the same with the Firefox browser

    Observed Result

    Template is not able to load files from the LocalStorage

    It just says "Loading.." see video above.

    Expected Result

    Data should be loaded on start (works fine in Firefox)

    Affected Browsers

    • Chrome: (YES)
    • InApp Browser Intel XDK (Yes)
    • FireFox: (NO)
    • Internet Explorer: (NO)

    Operating System and Service Pack

    Windows 10 Home, latest (x64)

    I'm using the following version of Chrome: Version 47.0.2526.80 m (64-bit)

    Construct 2 Version ID

    Latest stable r216

    Thank you!

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  • Can't reproduce in r219. Does it still occur for you there?

  • Can't reproduce in r219. Does it still occur for you there?

    Yes, seems to work fine with the latest beta version!

    Thank you

    Can be closed.

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