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    Lightbulb LZMA2 compression extension ($2)


    LZMA2 Object
    An asynchronous LZMA compression object, also featuring a custom file coalescing/separation system.

    LZMA is a compression algorithm allowing you to increase effort to compress, resulting in smaller results but with near-equal decompression time. LZMA2 is a variant of LZMA allowing multiple threads to compress the same file.

    • Multiple compressions or decompressions at once
    • Use up to two threads per compression (LZMA limits to two)
    • Async operations means Fusion events don't pause while actions are being carried out
    • Simple and easy to use
    • For advanced users, set compression level and buffer sizes for full control over the compression
    • Decompression remains a one-action operation regardless of settings
    • Features a homebrew file combining/separation system, useful for patching or compressing multiple files at once
    • Same compression algorithm as 7-Zip


    Compatible with:
    • MMF2 (Standard or Developer), Unicode and non-Unicode variants available
    • CF2.5 (Standard or Developer)
    • Windows only. Possible for other exporters on paid request or high demand.

    Comes some rough example files. Updates and new exporter ports will be free to existing customers.

    Purchase HERE, currently at $2.

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    great stuff, bought!

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    b14keeps crashing CTF r292.22.

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    Build 17 is out at the moment, hit me up on Clickteam Discord. I thought I updated ClickStore, but let me confirm with ya.

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    Yup, crash was fixed. Build 17 is now live on ClickStore! Existing customers, check your ClickStore account downloads page.

    Note that this object is in the process of being ported to HTML5, but may take a while or be called off by the sponsor. Compression algorithms in JavaScript are pretty dang hard to do.

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    Hey folks,
    Updated to build 20, now has HTML5 support: you can decompress, coalesce, and separate in HTML5. Compression not supported in HTML5, perhaps later.
    It's all asynchronous, so the app won't lag while you're doing any of these.

    There's lots of added A/C/Es for the HTML5 in-memory filesystem, aka "blobs".

    You can set input and output locations as filenames (which will cause a download/open file dialog), HTTPS URLs (which will cause downloads/POST uploads when the op is done), or use blob URLs from other extensions.
    Don't forget to allow multiple downloads on browser's site settings if you're doing them. If a download fails, you can redownload using the blob URL, without needing to redo the compression op.
    Make sure you clean up the blob URLs when you're done, so the browser can free the memory.

    ClickStore and CEM are being slow with updating their downloads, I suspect something big happening at CT in the background - but contact me for the updates, assuming you've already purchased it on ClickStore then nothing more need be paid.

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