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  1. Hi, I was wondering if someone had experienced slight differences in "offsets" using sprite2D texture and wether it might be related to caching. As an example I have a fairly small texture of 16*16 here in svg, but i tried also using png, same problem. That's the begining of the sprite texture zoomed in 4800% When using it in chrome with a code like this: const crossSheet = taskObject.cloneAssetIntoScene(R.get.crossSheet, scene) crossSheet.hasAlpha = false const cross = new BABYLON.Sprite2D(crossSheet, { parent: canvas, id: 'cross', marginAlignment: 'v: center, h: center', spriteSize: new BABYLON.Size(16, 16), spriteLocation: new BABYLON.Vector2(0, 0), }) cross.spriteFrame = R.get.cross_predict The texture is at the center of the screen here, in chrome the top misses 0.5px In Safari there is a difference in colors and width of strokes: If now I am using a 16,17 sprite size i get a correct sprite in chrome: But somehow it is seems worst in safari: Any clue ? Do you think it is related to the caching strategy ? @Nockawa Here is the link to the texture: Here is a playground, on the playground it is the BOTTOM 0.5px that get cutoff..
  2. Hey folks, what's going on? * I'm still a baby-worm level Phaser developer, so warn me if I'm doing anything wrong! As far as I know, many frameworks have some tricks and quirks that are not very clear when you visit the good looking Github page (or website, or dungeon, multiversal spiritual portal [it's over now, I'm not going to use BGE again..], etc) to download it. My intent here is to learn and document about those little things that are not listed anywhere and you can certainly stumble upon one day. Alright people, if you have experienced what I'm talking about here, let me hear your voice! (If you know any post which aims exactly the same thing, put a link down here, so that this one will serve as a pointer until it gets deleted) Thanks for choosing the American Airlines!
  3. Hi guys, I've upgraded to Windows 10 on Friday, and it seems that Babylon.js no longer works on my Firefox (ver 45.0). I had Windows 7 before and it worked. The basic playground scene throws the "Your browser does not support WebGL" compilation error, and in the js console these errors appear: Error: WebGL: Error during ANGLE OpenGL init. babylon.js:5:2733 Error: WebGL: Error during native OpenGL init. babylon.js:5:2733 Error: WebGL: WebGL creation failed. babylon.js:5:2733 Error: WebGL: Error during ANGLE OpenGL init. babylon.js:5:2756 Error: WebGL: Error during native OpenGL init. babylon.js:5:2756 Error: WebGL: WebGL creation failed. It still works on my Chrome(Version 48.0.2564.116 m) and Edge(25.10586.0.0) though.
  4. Are the games you produce compatible with all modern phones, tablets, and PCs? Do sponsors look for this, and if not, what are the devices they are mainly concerned with?
  5. I wanted to get a first project running in Phaser and it was an extremely difficult process. I managed to find clues about configuring the csproj file to support the correct output and ecmascript level and that got me most of the way but, when it tried to compile the Phaser Typescript code, it found two error groups. 1) It said optional parameters were not allowed with default values. SO, everywhere in the project that there was "varname?: type = value" there was an error. I had to remove the question mark from each of those locations. 2) The QuadTree inheritance from Rectangle was rejected because _halfwidth and _halfheight were marked as private. Is this typical or a known issue? I couldn't find anything in the forums or documentation (such as it is). What versions of TypeScript have been tested? Are there compatibility flags that need to be set? Thank you.