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  1. Hi, Installed a trial version of JetBrain's WebStorm IDE on Windows 10 Pro 64Bit. Corrected some errors and warning and we think the game is now working. Please visit below URL link to play the game: Let us know if it works now, thanks! GitHub link above has been updated... Jesse
  2. Hi, Running current PixiJS version 5 in our little arcade game which is hosted on . Only full screen is working on itch website. Was hoping someone could look over our project code on GitHub below: Full screen works ok on itch site, but we would prefer non-full screen. Any help would be appreciated, thanks! Click below to play the game on itch site: Jesse
  3. Hi... Thanks, that actually worked! I have some other questions that I will ask soon in the forum. Jesse
  4. No problem, perhaps someone else can help us... Game is live on Itch: Jesse
  5. Hi, Our PixiJS game project is open-source. Please view the source on GitHub below: Any help provided would be appreciated! Jesse
  6. Hi, Thanks for the reply. I made the change but it does not run in browser: var Container = PIXI.Container, autoDetectRenderer = PIXI.autoDetectRenderer, loader = PIXI.loader.shared, resources = PIXI.loader.resources, TextureCache = PIXI.utils.TextureCache, Texture = PIXI.Texture, Sprite = PIXI.Sprite, Text = PIXI.Text, Graphics = PIXI.Graphics; Any ideas? Thanks! Jesse
  7. Hi, We took an older PixiJSv4 game we made and upgraded it to PixiJSv5. Game runs, but there is a bad warning in Internet browser's console & we don't know how to fix it. Below is the details, hope someone can help us! WARNING: "PixiJS Deprecation Warning: PIXI.loader instance has moved to PIXI.Loader.shared Deprecated since v5.0.0" CODE: var Container = PIXI.Container, autoDetectRenderer = PIXI.autoDetectRenderer, loader = PIXI.loader, resources = PIXI.loader.resources, TextureCache = PIXI.utils.TextureCache, Texture = PIXI.Texture, Sprite = PIXI.Sprite, Text = PIXI.Text, Graphics = PIXI.Graphics; Thanks in advance! Jesse
  8. Hi, We are working on a new AppGameKit HTML5 video game. Click below to play the current HTML5 version in your internet browser: Click below to download the entire game project on GitHub: Game is also live on Google Play: Enjoy! Jesse
  9. Hi, Thanks for the test. We think we fixed the "divide by zero" error. The link above has been updated. Let us know if there still are issues, thanks! Jesse EDIT: We did test on both Linux and Windows 10, never saw this "Divide By Zero" error in any of the browsers, strange...
  10. Hi, We released our new open-source HTML5 video game called: "Space Swap™". It is a reinterpretation of the classic 16Bit SNES video game "Tetris Attack". Game has been tested on Windows Edge/Firefox/Chrome/Opera & Linux(*ubuntu) Firefox/Chrome. (should also run on macOS Safari but not tested) Game utilizes the excellent "AppGameKit Classic" video game engine. As stated, the game is 100% open-source! You can play the game and download the full project at below URL link: (UPDATED: Fixed "Divide By Zero" error - thanks for finding!) Enjoy our work! Thanks! Jesse
  11. Tried below, but it did not work:
  12. Hi, When we upload a new version of our HTML5 game the new version is not shown until Internet browser cache is cleared? Does anyone know how to force the HTML5 game to disable caching? Perhaps a change to the index.html file? Let us know, thanks! Game is below: (game uses the AppGameKit Classic engine) Jesse
  13. Hi, Took some time, but I think I have an idea for a new game... I need pixel perfect collisions between sprites (think 2-d space shooter). The documentation makes absolutely no sense to me so I am asking another stupid question here: Does PixiJSv4 have built-in pixel perfect collisions system? (need URL link to some code and a demo) Thanks! JeZxLee
  14. Hi, I think I saw video file playback support built into PixiJSv4. If above is true I have the following questions: (1) Does video file playback have audio? (2) Does video file playback work on mobile (Android/iOS)? Thanks! JeZxLee
  15. Hi, Thanks for all the suggestions. I modified my Linux menu to open Google Chrome with "--allow-file-access-from-files" flag. Now I can use the slow thin client desktop with WebGL game dev and Linux Chrome locally. Many thanks! JeZxLee
  16. Hi, Been a while... I have a problem: My favorite desktop is a slow custom thin client. I run Linux Mint 18.2 KDE 64Bit on the thin client with a Win 10 virtual machine. On Win 10 VM there is no hardware acceleration so WebGL won't work - so that's a lost cause. On native Linux Firefox there is no hardware acceleration so the game runs too slow in HTML5 mode. On native Linux Chrome there is hardware acceleration but the game does not run locally. So that's my problem. How would I get PixiJSv4 game to run locally on Linux Chrome? I am using Linux Mint 18.2 KDE 64Bit with a rather crappy Intel HD GPU. I remember there is some method to run the PixiJSv4 locally on any browser, but I forgot what it is. Any help would be appreciated...would really like to use the thin client desktop with PixiJSv4 game dev. Thin client is over-clocked to 2.42GHz with 4 cores and has 16GB RAM w/512MB RAM dedicated to the Intel HD GPU. (also, I absolutely will NEVER run Windows native on ANY of my computers EVER, so don't tell me to try that) Thanks in advance! JeZxLee
  17. We released last night "Beta3 110% Final"... Took over a week, but we finally have mobile Internet browser multi-touch working... We will be starting our next game project in a few days... Thanks! JeZxLee
  18. Got it working, thanks! (URL above has been updated) JeZxLee
  19. My original question has not been answered: How do I disable texture smoothing on desktops/notebooks? Thanks! JeZxLee
  20. Tried that, no difference in performance... I think this is an issue with Mozilla Firefox Internet browser. I posted to their support forum... JeZxLee
  21. Hi, I did a performance profile on Linux Firefox: PDH4-Firefox-Performace-01.json Any ideas? <script> function gameLoop() { FrameCount++; setTimeout(gameLoop, FrameRate); state(); renderer.render(stage); } <!-- [TM] --> <!-- "A 110% By Team!" --> </script> Thanks for your help! JeZxLee
  22. WebGL is slow on Linux Firefox... I blame Linux Firefox, not PixiJSv4... Just wondering if there is something I can do in the source code to speed up the game to acceptable level? I also asked for help with WebGL & Firefox in the official Linux Mint forums... Thanks! JeZxLee