[R210] Debug Inspector

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  • Problem Description

    The "9-patch", the "Sprite font" and the "Tiled Background" objets shows if they have Collisions enabled in the debug window.

    Attach a Capx


    Steps to Reproduce Bug

    • Insert any of these objects: "9-patch", the "Sprite font" or "Tiled Background"
    • Debug the project
    • The debug window should not show if those objects have collisions enabled or disabled

    Observed Result

    Expected Result

    If any object does not have Collisions, the debug window should not show the Collisions property of that object.

    Affected Browsers

    • Chrome: (YES)
    • Firefox: (YES)

    Operating System and Service Pack

    Windows 8.1 (64-bits)

    Construct 2 Version ID

    Release 210 Beta (64-bits)

  • Attach a Capx

    No need

    If there was no need for a .capx, Ashley would not insist on one. Surely after the amount of time you've been here you must realise Ashley closes bug reports automatically if they don't include a .capx?

  • I think that these objects' collisions are always enabled so you can check if other objects collide or overlap with them. Thus they have a collision property that only adds an overhead if you specifically check them for a collision (as in it's a c2runtime group flag, I suspect). I never really understood why you couldn't collision check from them, but hey...

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  • Closing as not a bug: you can't disable collisions for those types, only Sprite.

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