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    Red face Difference between application Fonts and buttons from Fusion to a compiled one

    Hello,
    I have developed my first macintosh app, a mini piano, i know it's very simple but other than this i have found some differences between the run version inside Fusion and the compiled one, fonts and buttons are really different you can see by the images. Any advice? i'm under Mac OS X 11.11.6 El Capitan.

    Fusion image (this is the windows version but less or more it the same)
    https://matteo-trevisan.itch.io/mini-piano

    Fusion Mac Compiled Version
    https://matteo-trevisan.itch.io/mini-piano-mac-osx

    Thank you

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    Buttons can change accordingly to the OS.

    If you want the same display on all platforms probably you should use Active System Box objects instead of buttons (select the "Button Style" option in settings of the ASB object to enable the "Button / Is clicked" condition).

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    I have try with Active box but i can t use mouse click. So i try button but it's so bugged! Any idea?

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    Bugged? Can you explain what "bug" you're talking about?

    I have try with Active box but i can t use mouse click.
    Did you select the "Button Style" option in the settings of the Active System Box object?

    Did you use the Button / Is Clicked condition of this object?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yves View Post
    Bugged? Can you explain what "bug" you're talking about?



    Did you select the "Button Style" option in the settings of the Active System Box object?

    Did you use the Button / Is Clicked condition of this object?
    @Yves I came across similar issue where the font displaying on Mac is different than Windows. I'm still distributing my games on Mac with different font. I referred to it by our email exchange as "Arial stuck font". If you have time to check it, please check the files attached.

    ArialStuck.jpg

    Arial_stuck(MacApp compiled).zip
    Arial_stuck.mfa

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    Yeah, I found on Windows or iOS, the font will display as you see it in the editor. For Mac exports though, it is different story.
    Didn't know buttons would look so different though.

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