Did you update the font properties in the object before rebuilding the app? ("update the font properties" probably means you have to re-edit all the fonts)- Android / Font Packer Object: fix in Font properties for font names that contain non-ANSI characters. If you use such fonts, please update the font properties in the object before rebuilding your application.
To me it seems that the menu, top-toolbars and hotkeys are linked. When you change the hotkey for Previous Frame or Next Frame, this new hotkey is automatically displayed on the menu, and on the top-toolbar button's tooltip. This leads me to believe that the menu, top-toolbar, and hotkeys all essentially control the same command. And this command seems separate and unrelated to the 'normal' method of double-clicking a frame in the Workspace Toolbar. I was referring to this dichotomy between (a)menu/top-toolbar/hotkey commands, and (b) 'normal' interactions that involve clicking inside the main UI areas. Yes, it was inaccurate and misleading of me to refer to these 'normal' interactions as being mouse interactions.No, not at all. The issue you mention is not a shortcut issue, it happens when you change the frame with the mouse (in the top toolbar, when you click the prev/next editor buttons, etc).
I stand corrected! Though 286.6 came out in 2016, which means that the Global Events were still unreachable via hotkey/menu for a number of years [before 2016], which was my basic point.The shortcut was added in the build 286.6, as the same time as the new command
Another item that is missing a customisable hotkey (this doesn't personally bother me, but just adding it as I thought of it) is the Ctrl-T hotkey to switch between EE and ELE.This one is specific to 2.5+, Find All is dynamically added to the menu via the plugin and I couldn't find a way to add it to the toolbar customization dialog box. I'll check the UI documentation again.
It seems that the flags of the strings do not work with interactions with other strings. My example:
Events are in the behavior of the string, but it doesn't seem to matterCode:* User left click - StringString: Toggle Flag* String: Flag is on + The action will fire once when the event repeatsWeapon Group: Change animation to 1 (it works) Weapon Group: Show paragraph Global Value A + 2 (it does not works)* String: Flag is off + The action will fire once when the event repeatsWeapon Group: Change animation to 0 (it works) Weapon Group: Show paragraph Global Value A(it does not works)
I think I isolated a "bug" involving copy/paste shortcut.
Here's the plot :
We have 2 actives, each one has a quite simple behaviour.
Active_A (orange) has a collision event in its behaviour - with Collider (green).
Regular_A (blue) has a behaviour too, with an always event to set whatever alterable value.
If you copy/paste "Active_A" using keyboard shortcut, you get an "Active_A 2" object.
When you do the same with "Regular_A" you get another "Regular_A" object.
("Duplicate object" from right-click menu works as intended though, thanks god)
It's very tricky because you end up with a keyboard shortcut doing 2 different things... it's quite messy imho
Hi Windlake, I opened your sample and my copy/paste keyboard works as intended. Ctrl C and Ctrl V produce a duplicate for both orange and blue.
Edit: However Im using an oplder version 2.5 build 291.6. So it must be a bug in 292.22
"Anti-aliased when resizing" option does not effect to .ccn run by the sub-application. Anti-alias state of the ccn depends on setting of the ccn.
Could you changable that by the parent application?
@Yves : Just wanted to report that Fusion‘s PC runtime does not handle punctuation in Cyrillic script correctly. Punctuation does not stay attached to the corresponding words and thus tends to jump isolated on line breaks. This is essentially harmful as the Russian language seemingly uses a lot of commas. Nicholas told me on Discord the issue already got fixed for the console runtimes, would be great if you could include that for PC too. Any Russian translation is a pain to handle without the fix.