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I'm new and I have a problem with Construct.
I follow scirra.com/tutorials/37/beginners-guide-to-construct-2/page-2 , but i can't see TiledBackground in Editor. When I run my project I see everything.
Sorry for my english.
Does the layer have an eye icon next to it with a X over it?
Yes, everything is default. In tutorial it works.
Just a thought,but is your tiled background "inside out"?,as in been mistakingly flipped on itself?....as that makes it invisable,I think,other than that....Dunno...
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It's maybe stupid problem, but I'm beginner.
Looking at your screenshot,I'm thinking it's too large to display in the editor,maybe textures above a certain size are transparent to save video ram...anyone confirm?
It's probably just a graphics card driver issue. Try updating it.
maybe its the zoom: 35% ?
hold control then mouse wheel down/up see if its still happening at 100%
I updated a graphics card driver and still doesn't work. I can't see any image. In tutorial everything is ok. I made a little game in GameMaker, but Construct 2 is better.
And in examples it is the same.
Someone can help me?
Not really. You could post an example cap here and we could then see, if the problem remains (which would mean, it is independent from your pc) or not.
Please, help me, I want to make games! ; )
Do you use a power-of-2 texture, like 64x64, 256x256?
Sprite in example is 256x256.