Observations

  • C2 stuff

    C2 r50; Windows XP SP3; FireFox 5.0; ATI Radeon HD 4800

    * When creating a sprite, on closing of the image editor the properties windows is focused to the layer (instead of the newly created sprite)

    * Happens anytime the image editor is closed. Focused is not given back to sprite.

    Extending:

    * having the character "?" as parameter in AddComboParamOption() does not display correctly in the editor (the character appears as a square)

         HTML code (?) of the character does not correct. Iso code (?) either.

  • Properties: thanks, fixed in next build - now shows sprite's properties.

    The "�" character: I can reproduce, but it's an encoding issue with the javascript file, not a bug in Construct 2. All you need to do is save the javascript file in UTF-8 (by default they are ANSI). In Notepad you just go file -> save as and set "encoding" to UTF-8. In Notepad++ you can just select the menu option encoding -> convert to UTF-8. Then you can use special characters as you please, it works fine.

  • Thank you very much.

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  • I'd like, in the 5th parameter (Displayed action text in the event sheet) of AddAction(), to repeat twice the only param I'm asking for.

    I have put my text to

    <i>{0}X{0}px</i>

    Unfortunately after having set the param to 12, the display in construct is:

    {0}X12px

    What am I, or is there something, missing ?

  • C2 will only substitute placeholders like {0} once. What do you need it twice for? What's the full description? IMO it's best only ever to have it once to avoid confusion.

  • "Set the cell size to <i>{0}X{0}px</i>"

    {0} is the cell side size (which gives the height and width of the cell).

    And I'd really rather avoid to ask again for the same value to the user as a {1}.

    Looks like there is no workaround this one though other than changing the description and reversing it to a "Set the cell side size to {0}" which is maybe not as visual/immediate compared to the "vXv" format.

  • Looks like there is no workaround this one though other than changing the description and reversing it to a "Set the cell side size to {0}" which is maybe not as visual/immediate compared to the "vXv" format.

    I actually say that's the preferable solution - I think if the user typed it in once, it should only be shown to them once.

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