Mods, if this topic is in the wrong place, could you move it to the right place? Thanks.
Alright, my current problem with the current update that forced me to revert back to the older version of construct is that after you name a group in one layout, you cannot give the same name to another group in another layout in the same project despite both layout never referenced each other at all.
Basically, I have a common layout (which all other layout referenced to) which have functions that close and open groups in each other layout as required in my game. When all my other layouts have similar naming convention, this is not an issue and work perfectly fine.
In the new release, I cannot do so and forced to name every group in every new layout differently. That is simply crazy and require a lot of work for something that work perfectly fine in the previous version.
As an example, I have a dialog group in each other layout with different texts. In the common layout, I have a function that activate and deactivate that group based on user input. Last time, all I have to put is "Deactivate DialogGroup" and "Activate DialogGroup" because in all other layouts, that the group's name.
However, with the new version, I am forced to use DialogGroup1, DialogGroup2, DialogGroup3, ... and so forth, due to no similar naming convention in the same project.
Can Ashley find out what went wrong with this? Do anyone have this problem with the new version or it's just simply me?
This is important since I would like to make use of the latest update without this crippling bug/feature.
I didn't faced this in 152, only in 158.2