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A few minor fixes; hopefully a candidate for a new stable release.
thanks again guys
Can someone post that the functionality of the layer zoom/offset are swapped (in events, offset does zoom and zoom does the layer offset) on the bug tracker, I can't remember my account.
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Thank you very much for this new build!!.
The two most annoying problems solved. Yay.
YES!!!!The font problem is fixed.Thank you once again.
I'm aware of the layer zoom/offset mixup, but I want to mark this stable anyway so the memory leak fix in 0.99.92 and other fixes propagate out. Thoughts?
what about the bug about Xbox 360 controller plugin wich works well with behaviour but not with controls events?
Construct has never been more stable, Ashley.
There will always be present known bugs, the difficulty is in choosing when to push new builds out through the autoupdater. The important thing is not to break existing .caps - if bugs which have always existed are still there, that's not as bad as breaking everyone's files when they upgrade to a supposedly "stable" release. So in that regard, I'm pretty happy this is a stable build. I think I'll wait a day or two just to be sure, then put it out through the autoupdate system.
This works on my current project
I haven't messed around much with the new box2d physics, and not at all on the new version, but I do remember people saying it caused caps to stop working.
so if the goal is for a safe autoupdate, maybe the physics should be reverted back to the old version, or fixed. I think the problems all centered around hinges, but that question would be better answered by the ones who were using it
pasting sprites from 1 layout to another = crash