> why are people being bullies? maybe this community IS like clickteam after all. Either way, some of the replies here don't leave a good impression on me. >.<
This community is nothing like clickteam. The underlying issue with this thread and countless other threads like this one, is that uneducated, new users with big dreams try the software (maybe spending 30 hours) and fail to create the blockbuster game. They then come and attack the software.
This is a very helpful community, but don't come guns blazing as tho OP did. Because you will meet with resistance.
Trust me, the guys in this topic are very very helpful. They would have ensured that OP got his game running at 60fps, but he wasn't interested. Some folks even PM'd him trying to help. He just wasn't interested.
What is important to remember. We don't have to help anyone, and we also get tired of abusive people who demand help. We help because we strive to be a open, friendly community.
In this case, the OP wasn't willing to meet anybody halfway, he just wanted to flame.
But does that really make it okay to flame him back? is that what so called "resistance" is?
I am sorry if I didn't read the whole topic or know about the PMs. but the very first reply to him was "ugh. not another one of these". very unhelpful. If construct doesn't run well for him, and it does run okay for others, he therefore had a different experience, there is probably a reason why, such as what type of phone he has. SOME people talked about that but other people just blew him off right off the bat.
[quote:3q7lflao]This community is nothing like clickteam.
As I said, actions speak louder than words. Clickteam said they were a friendly community, but their actions proved they were not. Many communities have claimed that they will be more friendly than the other ones I had a bad experience with, but weren't. So that statement means absolutely NOTHING to me until I can see that actions show it.