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    Published on 27th September 2017 03:57 AM
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    We will be migrating all of our online services in the coming weeks, some just to new servers but others to new web-app platforms altogether. One of the many things which will be migrating to a new system is our online community forum, moving to a more powerful and flexible system which we hope will power all of your discussions for many years to come. As part of this process, we have decided to leave behind a couple of features along the way. Groups and Blogs were among the least well used features of our forum in the current incarnation. We decided for this reason and also due to technical issues involved with hosting blogs in the new system that we would drop these features moving on. The decision to drop the blogs was also made due to the proliferation of social media and blogging options available, from Wordpress.org sites to Blogger, microblogging and many many more besides - we could never hope to compete with the features offered on those platforms so we felt for those users who do wish to blog, moving to those platforms is a better option all round.

    In preparation we have now switched off the blogs and groups functions in the community forums. At some point we may look at a way to aggregate user blog feeds in the new setup if enough people ask for it, however this will not be an option from the outset.

    Thanks and we look forward to showing you the new community very soon!
    by Published on 21st August 2015 07:55 PM
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    We would like to thank Perry for his useful contributions to the Clickteam Community and so have decided to upgrade him to moderator status on
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    by Published on 11th July 2014 07:45 PM  Number of Views: 2719 
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    So your weekend totally just got more exciting... Fusion 2.5 Build 282 has been officially released!

    It is available now either via auto-update (which you can trigger from the help menu) or by visiting http://community.clickteam.com/passport.php where you can download a manual update program.

    You can view the change logs via the link below for this version, which amongst other features includes full physics support in Flash and embedded true-type fonts for Android - awesome!

    http://community.clickteam.com/threads/84521-Download-links
    by Published on 20th June 2014 10:58 PM
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    Lots of people have been asking about updates this week - here's a sneak peak at what's in the upcoming beta release (281.4) of Fusion 2.5 Developer

    We're doing some internal testing before this update is released, which we hope will be tomorrow if no big errors arise. Watch this space for an update.

    PS. don't forget to visit http://community.clickteam.com/passport.php and register your products, so that you can get access to the latest beta versions!

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    Build 281.4 - Change log
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    - General: new /L command line option to select the language of CF 2.5 (possible values are /L 1033 (English), /L 1036 (French), /L 1041 (Japanese))
    - General UI: the name of the previously loaded frame was shown in the Navigate toolbar when you restart CF 2.5
    - General UI: Dialog box position issues when the Windows task bar is docked on the left or top of the desktop
    - General / Android: Android 2.2 is no longer supported, the minimum version supported by the runtime is 2.3
    - General / Android: CF 2.5 now tries to automatically retrieve the Android SDK directory from the registry if the one stored in the preferences is invalid
    - Build: Crash or graphic corruption when you run an application that contains external sub-apps and CF automatically rebuilds the sub-apps
    - Frame editor: the display effect of the
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    by Published on 18th April 2014 04:22 PM  Number of Views: 1749 
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    As many of you will now be aware, news of the recent HeartBleed bug has rocked the Internet, sparking fears about safety of data over secure SSL (https) web connections (normal http pages are not affected by this issue).

    The bug relates to a recently revealed flaw in OpenSSL, a commonly used cryptographysystem to gain access to data which is supposed to be inaccessible on a web server, namely the security certificates used to ensure that connections over http are protected from eavesdropping. The flaw potentially allowed hackers to gain access to sensitive user and server data, including user names, email addresses and passwords.

    Thankfully, there is no evidence that this happened on the Clickteam servers. We have patched our systems to protect against this attack which you can verify here: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=shop.clickteam.com

    The general advice being given globally is that users should take the precaution of changing their passwords for any secured services, once the website has updated their systems and certificates. We have done both things so if you wish to follow this advice, please proceed. If you used the same password in other places, it is recommended that you also update it there too.

    You can find more information about the Heartbleed bug here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heartbleed

    lire en français:http://community.clickteam.com/threads/86547-Clickteam-et-Heartbleed
    by Published on 26th May 2013 01:36 AM

    ClickConvention 2013 is on August 31st - September 1st in Cambridge, UK.

    The event is an opportunity for existing users and new users alike to come together, socialise and show off their creations, and to meet and socialise with the Clickteam staff. This year the convention is being combined ...
    by Published on 13th September 2012 04:53 PM

    Eagle4 has just released a new pack of MMF effects, including moving grass, fireballs, explosions and more!

    These effects can be dropped into ...
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