This is interesting. I've just tested a TestApp (https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/...9691/detection) and it had only one false positive (not even Avast although they show an alert for the runtime alone... this is really puzzling...). So maybe it depends on the objects used by your application. Or other things they've found in your app data.
The detections tend to build up over time. Rescan it in a few hours and you may find that a few more scanners are picking it up.
I scanned something 8 hours ago and rescanned it now. First scan had 4 results, new scan has 5. (Not sharing the link because it's for a game that has yet to be fully properly announced and the EXE name would spoil what it is.)
This is still an improvement over the last version for sure, especially when using that new option to separate out the EXE and data, but a few scanners still seem to not like this for some reason.
About the false positive issue, i'm wondering how people do to release their game to Steam?
If you don't want these objects to be included in your Windows EXE, you can delete them from the data/runtime/unicode folder. You'll get a warning when you build your EXE, but you can ignore it - well in theory, because it's going to remove the events used by those objects, and replace expressions by 0 or "", and even if in theory it's safe you should check everything is working correctly in your EXE. Those objects are:
Android Font Packer
Android TV Controller
GPG Center Connect
Share on iOS (not sure about this one)
and maybe AES Fusion too (can't check, I haven't the source code).
EDIT: ignore this, I think you'll get the font issue anyway, you need a new version of the MFX in Extensions/Unicode...
EDIT2: I'll add a protection against this bug in the next update.
the odd part about the virus is that it seems to vary depending on who scans. because microsoft defender hasnt said anything for the last 2 updates. maybe some of you actually have viruses?
No, I don't think anyone has a virus, and they would detect the virus signature.
Their virus definitions change every day, an EXE can be detected one day, not detected another day, etc.
And I don't think it depends on who scans, it depends both on the application and the moment it's scanned (as new anti-viruses may detect it or other may have fixed it between 2 scans).
If it's simple to add, it would be handy to have
1)ability to search for objects in "Play Sample Window" (or at least press a letter and go to the first sound that has that letter).
2) Search for add object to debugger window.
3)Collapse all frames in workspace tool bar