Link to .capx file (required!):
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a sprite or text object, plus browser, plus mouse object.
2. Create an event that, when clicking on the sprite or text, do browser-close action.
3. Export to Node-Webkit.
4. Run the application on Windows 8 and click the object.
The application crashes in Windows 8 when you click on the sprite or text object.
Application simply closes (as it does in Windows 7).
Internet Explorer: n/a
Operating system & service pack:
Windows 8 (crashes - testing on three machines)
Windows 7 32- and 64-bit, SP1 (testing on four machines - working)
Construct 2 version:
I understand that this is specifically a node-webkit issue, but since this has now been added as a part of the stable releases, and it's a clearly consistent error (at least with my testing on seven different machines), it was worth mentioning.