Visual Studio problems

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  • Hello people!

    I've been working on my first game using the Windows 8 template. Just a simple game that works great from Construct 2 but exporting is giving me problems.

    I followed the directions to a 'T' I believe. I set the name, author, and description before exporting and also set test mode off.

    Then I opened it up in Visual Studio and created a test certificate for it. F5 and away I went...almost. The main screen comes up but it tries to Share something and I get an error message in Visual Studio:


    Unhandled exception at line 13050, column 4 in ms-appx://aeefdae0-55d0-43be-9e27-2d837796b7d6/c2runtime.js

    0x8001010a - JavaScript runtime error: The message filter indicated that the application is busy.

    WinRT information: The share flow is not available at this time


    Not really sure what that's all about but then the game then closes and will not reopen.

    My first brilliant(at least I thought it was worth a shot) idea was to go back to Construct 2 and remove the first two actions that deal with sharing. I also deleted the ShareButton, PurchaseStatus, PurchaseButton, and PausedText from the project. Why? I don't know, I'm flying blind here with no experience.

    Export again and now the game doesn't even get to the main screen, I get a black screen and Visual Studio gives me nothing.

    Any advice would be most appreciated. I read through 5 pages of results searching for "Visual Studio" but I didn't see anything similar.

    I'm guessing I made it worse by deleting things but I saved a backup.

    If you made it through this long post, thank you!!

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  • Well I rebuilt the game from scratch and this time it ran. Not sure what I did wrong before.

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