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[r196.2] can't connect to multiplayer chat example

  • Problem Description

    • After creating a new "Multiplayer- Chat Client [intermediate]" template in C2, I'm unable to connect my mobile device (BlackBerry) to the chat application
    • Desktop Browsers Chrome and FireFox work fine (IE doesn't, but I don't care (says "Multiplayer not supported" which is fine)
    • Thinking it was related to the template itself, I also tried the multiplayer ghostshooter found here with the same unsuccessful results:

    http://www.scirra.com/labs/multiplayer/ghostshooter -- where I still receive a similar "Kicked (failed to establish connection or host quit) Signalling disconnected"

    Attach a Capx

    https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=4 ... der%2ccapx

    Description of Capx

    • The CAPx is the C2 Chat Client verbatim

    Steps to Reproduce Bug

    • Launch CAPx template of chat client and preview on local LAN on a mobile device connected to the same network as your PC (I was using a BlackBerry)

    Observed Result

    After trying to connect, I see the following error:

    Javascript error!

    NotSupportedError: DOM Exception 9: The implementation did not support the requested type of object or operation http://x.x.xx:50000/c2mp-peer.js, line 127 (col undefined)

    This is likely a bug in C2 blah blah blah

    After dismissing the error, I see the following in the chat terminal:

    Connecting to server...

    Connected, logging in...

    Logged in as '<alias>' joining room...

    <5ish second pause>

    Kicked (either could not connect to host or host quit)

    Expected Result

    • Just as I am able to connect using desktop browsers on the same network, I'd like to be able to connect with mobile devices to the chat client

    Affected Browsers

    • Chrome: (NO) WORKS
    • FireFox: (NO) WORKS
    • Internet Explorer: (YES) C2 doesn't let me get past the entering a alias, it simly says "Multiplayer not supported" so I presume this is expected
    • BlackBerry Browser (YES)

    Operating System and Service Pack

    Windows 7

    Construct 2 Version ID

    R196.2

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  • Closing: I think this is just because the BlackBerry browser has an old or non-standard variant of WebRTC. If it gets updated it should work fine.

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