When I use the WebGL Swirl effect on a Sprite the effect looks fine in Testing, but in browser after export the effect is not working correctly. I believe the effect is being applied to the whole sprite sheet rather than the displayed frame.
Attach a Capx
Description of Capx
The Capx is a simple testing environment for the swirl effect. It consists of three scroll bars, which control the radius, angle and Sprint Frame.
Steps to Reproduce Bug
The whole sprite sheet is affected.
The selected Frame would be the only thing affected.
Operating System and Service Pack
Windows 7 Pro Service Pack 1
Construct 2 Version ID
Release 186.2 (64-bit)
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Sorry, this is just a (slightly unusual) side effect of spritesheeting. Spritesheeting has too many benefits to turn off for cases like this. As a workaround just use separate sprites instead of different animation frames. Also possibly setting the 'Downscale quality' to 'High' may help (since it forces more padding in the exported spritesheets).
I see. Do you know why it works in the Preview browser?
Preview mode does not do any spritesheeting.
Oh, then that makes sense. Thanks for your help. I just decided to use a different effect that does appear to work with the sprite sheet.