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