Alright, I'm almost just about to give up on construct. There are a lot of neat features, but there are some basic logical aspects that are just plain broken. I'm probably going to have to come back when it gets its crap together. Anyways, I wonder if anyone can shed some light on this issue and perhaps save the day.
I've got an array filled with values. I can load the file and load in the variables, and it's just fine, the correct numbers always come up, and it's spot on. I have an event that says "when a value is equal to zero" and "when a value is less than a value on an array" then it does stuff.
It doesn't. I tried changing the "when a value is less than a value on an array" to "when a value is less than a value (which is the exact same number that comes up with the array)" and it works. I tried loading the value on the array to a separate value, and that still doesn't work. The event will not run.
This engine took me 15 minutes to write, test and perfect in MMF2, I've been working on this same simple concept in Construct for an entire week. It literally consists of 8 lines of code. The only reason I would keep at Construct is the fact that I can make a product that is visually superior with "less effort", but really there are some neat features in Construct that require little effort, but there defiantly are still a few things that really need work, and I'd say they are pretty important. So I'll give it one more chance.