Update: the build 292.20 has been uploaded, hopefully final version this time. It reduces the quantity of memory used when you build Android applications, and removes a recent optimization (build 292.15) that was causing backdrop collision issues in Android. EDIT: not on Steam yet.
It's now on Steam too (beta).
292.20 is being registered by Bit Defender as infected with Gen:Variant.Razy.587815 every time I try to install; the first time a build has done this for me. The files specifically are:
-C:\Program Files (x86)\Clickteam Fusion 2.5\Data\Runtime\Unicode\stdrtd
-C:\Program Files (x86)\Clickteam Fusion 2.5\Data\Runtime\Unicode\stdrtdex.$$A
then on reinstall attempt, I get this error message:
Hmm, weird, I noticed it on Virustotal after I uploaded the first version of the build 292.20 (before posting it here) so I modified the runtime files so that they aren't detected as false positive anymore and reuploaded a new version. I don't see any alert anymore on Virustotal (except for a Chinese anti-virus program that always reported a problem). So in theory it should be ok... Unless it's a cache issue on the server.
Is there any way to get the name of a variable at runtime?
I mean, it's cool that you can change and get a variable value or string by it's index number, but the ability to know the name of what I'm getting at runtime could be useful
another small request / suggestion!
would it be possible to add text alignment runtime setting to active system boxes?
I find myself creating 3 versions of the same object all the time just to accommodate left, right and center text alignments. Often the need changes depending on how the object is created and used and being able to change this during runtime would mean I can just use a single object for all these needs