With the r143 release of Construct 2, this problem is fixed.
You can see the result here
Download the .capx saved with the r143 version here
I can confirm that this release also fixes the reddish outline on the semi transparent areas that appear on the example that I give a few posts bellow.
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I need to know if AdjustHSL effect works as it should with Chrome or not...
My problem is that I get unexpected, muddy colors, especially in green and blue values,that are consistent in Chrome and with Node-Webkit. Firefox matches closely the expected color values as seen within construct 2, in the layout window.
The image below depicts the problem:
As you can see, Firefox closely matches the colors that appear on the layout view. Chrome and Node-Webkit on the other hand, do not respect the colors, especially the in the Green and Blue hues, even when the AdjustHSL effect has it's default values (0,0,0).
Here you can test the example:
And here is the example .capx file:
I tried the Tint effect and it renders correctly with Firefox, Chrome, Node-Webkit. But I really want to know if I can trust/use the AdjustHSL effect, as it provides a circular color variation that I want to use to overlay colors within my level. And I need to do it in Chrome, because I want to use it's advanced audio futures.
All these are for my university diploma project in two months so, as you can understand, I feel somewhat uneasy with the unexpected results in Chrome!
Thank you in advance for any input on the subject!