I was wondering if anyone could provide the specifics of what the usual problems are for using them? Or in other words, what changes to Construct Classic usually cause the problems?
It seems like a shame to stop using them, especially since the old tutorials greatly outnumber the new and seem very useful, it's just that they have small problems due to the changes in the program.
Like the older platform school tutorials or that sidescrolling fighter... those ones seem like they'd be a lot of help, but have small issues that unfortunately render them un-usuable in some parts.
Are there any possible quick fixes?
<qoute>Are there any possible quick fixes?</qoute>
Short answer: No, you would have to look at mountains of change logs and figure out every little anomaly. It's pretty much impossible. If it won't open, you might be able to download an old version of construct, and open it in that. This way you can still learn the concepts.
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I actually haven't encountered an example that won't open yet. Most of them are at least half functional, but are plagued with small problems that sort of ruin the game play unfortunately.
In hindsight, my question probably wasn't a very good one though. If there was a quick fix to all of this, I'm sure it'd be out in the open by now. <img src="smileys/smiley17.gif" border="0" align="middle" />