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  1. Hello my friends! I am working on a simple game for kids that consists on a screen with objects that will produce sounds when they click or tap it. OK, I already made all needed adjustments to make it work well either on desktop computer browser as well on Android mobiles. For testing it on Android I used the debug mode of Chrome keeping an Android mobile hooked to the computer through an USB cable, then I could run it directly from my localhost (PC with Windows 7) that is very convenient: just change the code, save it and refresh the page. To make it happen I had to activate the 'de
  2. Well I know getting things to work on older versions of IE are not the highest priority... however- I chose pixi for some client work and of course they are having problems seeing it on IE9/Windows 7 I believe the problem is due to pixi using Object.defineProperty() which IE9 should be able to handle... but doesn't always. There's a lot out there about getting the browser into IE9 standards mode (or something) - but every combination of tags and doctypes I use only seem to fix the problem, only to have it broken the next time we open the browser. Using F12 developer tools to change the b
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