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  1. Strange I checked the folder on where it should be installed and its there? /usr/local/bin/electron
  2. Ok I've managed to install it in the same location /usr/local/bin/ running your command but it still compiles with the same error?.
  3. Not sure ran this command in the terminal but still no luck?. Example: sudo npm install electron -g --unsafe-perm=true --allow-root
  4. Hi Again, So I followed your instructions removing all graphic symbols from the stage, and using a blank frame with no scripts on frame 1, published and failed with same error?.
  5. Thanks for your quick response, but I've tried the command above but failed, with the same error message, here is my version of node, and npm installed on my mac. Node: v10.16.3 Npm: 6.9.0
  6. Wow amazing work, I've been working on a prototype recently that will utilize pixi plugin, but when I publish it I get this error below?. And even though I've installed electron globally I'm still seeing this message, I'm using the latest version of Adobe Animate Version 21.0.7, not sure if this has something to do with it?. Error Exmaple: ERROR: Electron is required to be installed at /usr/local/bin/electron Install by running the following from a commandline: npm install electron -g
  7. No worries figured it out, it was the background, that was causing the issue.
  8. Hi All, I would like to know how to make Pixijs responsive, please let me know since I'm new to Pixijs?. Thanks
  9. Hi All, I'm having this weird issue with the PixiJS ParticleContainer for some reason when I apply a color tint to it using TweenMax it glitches. I've pasted my code for reference if you see any issue in my code. // HERE IS WHERE I CREATE MY PARTICLES USING THE PARTICLE CONTAINER function createParticles() { console.log("createParticles()"); particleContainer = new PIXI.particles.ParticleContainer(particleData.length, {scale: true, position: true, tint:true, rotation: true, alpha: true }); particleContainer.x = app.renderer.width / 2; particleContain
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