Beta versions are not as thoroughly tested as stable

Beta versions are not as thoroughly tested as stable

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Construct 3 r196.2

Late bug fixes

23 April, 2020 ()

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Notes

We're still hoping to get a stable release out next week, but we discovered a project corruption bug late in the release cycle. These are one of the most important types of issues to fix, so we want to make sure it's fixed for the next stable release. However every change brings some risk of accidentally breaking other things, so out of an abundance of caution we are releasing a patch update to get some extra testing to make sure there are no unintended side-effects of the fix.

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Bug Fixes

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Editing a family could incorrectly allow object types with name collisions to be added, resulting in an invalid project
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Layout view: crash using 'Cover layout/viewport' with Tilemap

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  • Audio Object Missing

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      The Audio object is still there in this release, but note it disappears from the list once you've already added it to your project.

  • Problem!

    After starting the game using the preview, the editor freezes!

    The editor stops as if there is an invisible window that blocks the action!

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      Please report any issues following all the guidelines here, otherwise it's impossible to help, or even evaluate the seriousness of the issue: https://github.com/Scirra/Construct-3-bugs

      Without a bug report following all the guidelines, we have to assume there is no evidence of a problem and so we will proceed with a stable release.