Beta versions are not as thoroughly tested as stable
New Platform Info conditions; bug fixes
06 December, 2018 ()
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We've had a few more issues reported during this week that we wanted to make sure were dealt with before the next stable release, so we have one more beta release for you. We're aware it's been some time since the last stable release, but given the magnitude of the release (switching over to the all-new C3 runtime) we're keen to make sure it goes as smoothly as it can. We're still aiming for a stable release around the middle of next week, with one last beta release on the Monday.
This release also adds a couple of new conditions to Platform Info to help identify which export platform is in use, e.g. NW.js or Windows UWP. Additionally we've seen a few people getting confused by leaving "Simplified user interface" enabled, and then wondering why some features have disappeared, so to help make sure it's clear why some features are missing there's now a notification on startup if the simplified user interface mode is enabled.
Platform Info: conditions to test if web/Cordova/NW.js/UWP export
Startup notification when "Simplified user interface" enabled
Adjusted spritesheeting algorithm to save memory
Animations Editor: Color palette is now arranged slightly different in the default theme to allow for a smaller minimum width
C3 runtime: iOS apps using WebM Opus audio not loading
C3 runtime: possible rendering glitches with Tiled Backgrounds in WebGL 1
C3 runtime: int("") returned NaN instead of 0
C3 runtime: possible crash using 'Wait' in an 'On collision' event
Animations Editor: Prevent addition of redundant undo points
Animations Editor: Correctly break words in context menus
Z Order Bar: Populate bar even if it is not immediately visible