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Problem with uploaded game on public domain

  • Hello I have a problem when I upload the game in my public domain; it shows the following error in the java console error: "NS_ERROR_FAILURE: Failure" and the line that point to is this one:

    cr.isPOT = function (x)

         {

              return x > 0 && ((x - 1) & x) === 0;

         };

    The wierd thing is that when I load the game from another PC and my PC acts like de web server it loads with no error, and the game stars with no problem. Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong? I have only one layer, with 6 events, and one event with on touched object.

  • I think the problem is in the sprites, cause I erase all the sprites and the page loads fine.

  • Please see how to report bugs. Can you share your .capx and a link to the game running online?

    It is a very strange error, so I have no idea why it would come up.

  • I really don't know what happen, I had r95 installed; I supposed it was a bug so I updated to r101, but I kept getting the same error; than I downgraded to r90 and I still get the error, after that I restart my computer and export the project again and it works; so right now I'm working on r90; maybe was the latest java update that needed to be install and to restart my computer. If it happens again I will post it with all the complete file, steps and specifications.

  • I strongly recommend you do not use older releases, because often we have fixed serious bugs such as project corruption! This sounds like it might be a Firefox bug rather than a problem with Construct 2 - I really think you should use r95 or r101 to make sure you don't run in to problems we've already fixed. Anyway, if you use Chrome, does the problem go away? That would prove it's a Firefox problem and not C2's fault.

  • Hi,

    I had the same problem and noticed a few things you can try too:

    • It loads in Chrome and not in Firefox
    • One sprite loaded as a gray box (in Chrome).

    After checking things, the NAME of this sprite included an accentuated letter (?).

    Since C2 write the file name according to the sprite name within the project, it had got the accentuated letter.

    It was working fine on 127.0.0.1 but not on remote server, so it's not a bug in C2.

    I changed sprite name and it's working fine.

  • j2l - be aware that this is a closed bug report, so most likely nobody is looking at this thread any more.

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  • Thanks Ashley,

    It was just for people like me using Google with "site:scirra.com" <img src="smileys/smiley1.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

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