Discussion in 'Age of DNA - Bug reporting' started by Schade, Feb 4, 2015.
When we write a long description text in cards, it doesn't fit in the border. (No error generated.)
James_Russles talked about it elsewhere, I replied this:
But I had time to think about it. I think I can simply force a word wrap in the GUI and it will do the work.
EDIT: I was wrong, Unity can calculate text dimensions.
I can see that you are using some kind of screenshot tool to make screenshots. Do the F12 key works to take screenshots (screenshots will be put into the "Export\Screenshots" folder)?
It's fine if you are using another software to take screenshots, I just want to be sure it works on Linux (and that you know about this function).
I forget to talk about the F12 Screenshot key in the manual, so I added it.
Sorry, i didn't see it...
Pressing F12 key make an error. maybe because the folder structure in Linux, with some privilege rules, is not the same on Window$. I see in bug log some path with a "/" (correct in Linux) and some other with a "\", Window$ like. And accessory a "D:\" drive who doesn't exist in my computer or it's the emplacment of your sources file ? Funny, if it's the case it's a cool feature.
I forget to create a folder "Export\Screenshots" in the Linux Build.
I corrected this bug in the new release.
I will make tomorrow a Linux build, so it should work for you as well (with all the folders this time).
About the "d:\" path, it's because Unity keeps track of the original folder structure from my computer. This way, I know exactly where the Debug Warning / Error have been launched.
Ho ho ! I thought of that, it's nice for you to find an error. I will look after some Unity docs later, it's look friendly.
(But in fact i think that Java do it too... Never mind)
Edit : Okay, i read more about Unity... I don't know anything about Game editor tools, the only one i used, it's the Blender's game engine. Well... Unity look really powerful, but the editor don't work on Linux and a pro version is really expensive so i will keep Blender with Python Script for my learning-curiosity.
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