- Mon 22 Jan 2018, 13:17
I tried to upload a project to GD hosting but it lost the music and some sprites somewhere between upload and compile:
You can try it here:viewtopic.php?p=64785#p64785
Also, every time I close GD5, it try to install a new version out of nowhere. Fortunately my AV stop it. Personally.
When GD5 is out of beta I can see this feature going to be important to help people keep up to date but for now, while it in beta I would prefer to disable this "feature" and I want to install a new version of GD5 only if it got a feature or fix that I really need. Just to avoid any project braking bugs that would corrupt the project
Just an idea
i did some search and seems like lot of people have this problem with Cordova unfortunately I did not find any solution for WebGL games
Regardless what the statistics saying, most devices sold today running Android 6 and 7. Devices running Android 4 are mostly TV boxes, I don't think many people game on a TV box as most game simply don't run or not compatible with the keyboard and remote of these boxes. Phones and tables running Android 4 are mostly cheap Chinese trash or very old devices with low memory and slow cpu, I don't think many people would game on them either. Well, I don't.