On which Windows 8 Version (Pro or RT) can i Export my Construct 2 Games?
Must i have a Developer-Account or somethihng else in addition?
You need to compile the final in VS2012, which has output options for both architectures
To submit your app to the Windows store, you need an individual dev account
The Windows 8 Apps that Construct 2 exports ought to run everywhere, since they are based on HTML5. In theory this includes Windows Phone 8, but since no devices are public yet I haven't been able to test and verify this.
Construct 2 itself will only run on x86 or x64 systems, which I think excludes Windows RT.
so can i create a desktop app in full screen mode with vs2012?
do i need a different vs2012 template than the one that c2 generates for me?
or does windows 8 html support is only for metro?
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bjadams - the Windows 8 export is for the "metro" style apps (it's not actually called metro any more, but it means the tile-style apps that run from the new touch-enabled start menu). The only way to run on the desktop at the moment is via Awesomium or in the browser, but I would strongly recommend you publish a Windows 8 App instead since you get in the Windows Store that way.
yes i tried both options and they work great, however awesomium does not support sensors on windows8 (whilst metro export does), and awesomium crashes on exit on windows7 :( (no crash on exit on win8)
I'm wating for a convertible device with windows 8 like iconia w510 or samsung ativ smart to be released. Good and native HTML5 support + Sensors support + market. Windows 8 might be a gamechanger for HTML5.
windows 8 "metro" or whatever its called now will give a super boost to html5 apps. if you close an eye on the missing opengl support, the rest is great
Remember RT uses ARM processors. Not sure if VS2012 will target that without you calling it out.
FYI, VS2012 does target ARM processors. You can set your project to compile once for all processors (recommended), or if you have to create a different assembly for the different processors you can target just x86 or ARM.