We have some more new features for you today!
• Comments in actions lets you add comments in between actions. Previously you could only add comments above entire event blocks. This is useful if you have an event with lots of actions, to help organise them and describe each section separately.
• A new system action Wait for previous actions to complete. This is a new kind of wait action, similar to Wait 1 second, but instead waiting for any actions that run in the background to complete. For example the AJAX Request action triggers On complete when it finishes, but now you can put Wait for previous actions to complete after the Request action and then use the data right after that. This means you can do the whole AJAX request in a single event, and you don't need to worry about tags either. Lots of different actions in Construct now support this. See the video for more!
Another change worth pointing out is that previously if you installed Construct 3 as an app in Chrome, it turns out this accidentally installed a specific version, and would mean after the next release you'd always see update prompts. This is now fixed from this release onwards, but note it only affects new installs.
As usual there's a range of other bug fixes and improvements, including WebGL 2 is now (again) enabled on Android, since the full fix for the GPU issue is now in Chrome 74, and the Timeline plugin is now visible for everyone. Stay tuned for more updates!