For the past year I've been working on a Twitch overlay that works alongside the Twitch chat.
When people type something into chat, I can make it do different things on the streams. This means I can create mini-games for Twitch streams!!! YAY!!!
This was all made using Construct 2, and while testing a few things, I found that I was able to create a new app that appears on top of the Twitch channel itself, and show a real time version specifically for the viewers (a Twitch Extension).
As I was able to make this in Construct 2 by simply adding the following line into the index code...
... I upgraded to Construct 3, built another test program, then added the line into the index again...
This time, it doesn't work.
I notice that Construct 3 exports are quite different compared to the Construct 2 export, with the index file calling the scripts folder instead of seemingly having them included. However, saying that, the one line I needed to add was also calling an external script, so I can't see what is causing the problem.
Both programs just create a spinning square, with the Construct 2 version being a bit more complex, allowing the user to change the direction of the spin.
Does anyone out there have a good knowledge of html, or (with any luck) Twitch extensions?
With the only change being on whether it's Construct 2 or Construct 3, I imagine the issue I'm facing lies with the difference between the 2, rather than something I can change on Twitch, as I'm able to repeatedly get a working program using Construct 2.
Any help would be appreciated, even if it's just brain storming ideas!
Opening up the ability for us to make Twitch extensions and overlays would be great for all of us :)