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I'm actually working on a small application with Construct Classic.
I used "Application" as project runtime instead of DirectX.
But... It seems to be that for Construct Classic, a application can't have sprites, and so, pictures.
My question is: how to add a picture to an application then?
Second question: I could use the DirectX runtime, but is that a good choice for a simple system interactive application?
I mean, the application wouldn't use any animated graphics or other game type elements, just some file manipulation, so...
Thanks in advance!
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Unfortunately you will need to use DirectX I believe. The application mode is really just "Windows controls only mode", and doesn't have much of any graphical rendering capabilities :(
You can add a image at runtime by using python to access the winapi:
But it likely is simpler to just use the directx runtime.
Thanks for the answers.
Yeah that's what I've choose finally...
I've checked your solution R0j, and... Waouw... So much code for a little picture :-D