Sweet! No, THANK YOU.
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Sweet! No, THANK YOU.
Okay, I uploaded a blank new test project that only has a platform object with crouch animation. Same result when pressing down. This is the error I get in Chrome's console:
/!\ Unknown category for SetEventRecordingEnabled: fxmonitor
(!) Firefox Monitor: malformed breach entry.
/!\ This page uses the non standard property “zoom”. Consider using calc() in the relevant property values, or using “transform” along with “transform-origin: 0 0”. smiley
/!\ Use of...
The only other HTML5 exporter bugs I have to report besides MOD/MP3 filter crashing Chrome issue and sprites/backdrops/counters being out of place is a problem with Player 1 down key...
Pardon me, meant to say build. Went ahead and enabled betas too since I'll probably be debugging a good while longer anyway. Will report back if anything.
This beta went out right when I was wrapping up a project! Oh well, I look forward to the new release.
No problem, happy to help! I suppose there isn't a workaround for Chrome?
Offset objects in the HTML5 export is unique to this update. Although score and counter objects had this issue...
It seems to be related to that MP3 filter issue when converting MOD/IT to MP3/OGG for the web build. No music playback in Firefox and Chrome crashes in this example. Also noticed that in Firefox...
Confirmed working in Firefox! Blank white screen in Chrome, Brave.
The MOD workaround does the trick. :D
Thanks. Got used to Run then Build but I'll look into this. The blank screen issue is on my itch page. I could leave the broken version up if that helps.
Okay, so unchecking Automatic in Sound...
Windows Defender is disabled.
modflt.sft is there.
I did edit a few graphical things, nothing major but also tested a backup file with same result.
I don't have anti-virus running. Tested this with a new project file and the problem persists even after reinstalling Fusion through Steam. Works with an older stand-alone version.
This update breaks .mod .it .s3m and .xm playback and exporting to HTML5 no longer works for me.
Is there a way to downgrade to an earlier version on Steam?