@Austin Hey Austin, first of all just wanted to say amazing job, I love Clay.io
My app is working with this plugin when i test it in Google Chrome. The problem that i'm having is when i export my app through Cocoonjs and play it on my iPhone 5, there is this grey thin bar on the right side of my screen. This bar does not interfere with taping on the screen but whenever i swipe or hold down it shows up and literally pauses the whole game. I have read this entire form and no one is experiencing this so i must ask you myself.
The bar seems to be the kind of scroll bar that you see whenever your scrolling through text or websites. I can move this bar with my finger in the scrolling motion as well.
So basically, i cannot use my app at the moment. Do you know why this is happening?
@Austin I'm sorry but i'm going to have to end up adding a third post to this form.
I fixed the first problem i was having but now i have another. The log in and leader boards are EXTREMELY large. I cant figure out how to make these windows smaller because they are unnecessarily big on the iPhone 5. When i try them in Google Chrome they function properly (normal size)
How do i fix this problem?
On a side note, i'm having a little trouble correctly displaying the users name in a text field. It works sometimes, but often it changes to "" (nothing) or "Anonymous".
My understanding is you must set the option to "best" so that it will only update your score if it exceeds the previous one. In other words, it will not add another score, it will just change the old one, to the new best one.
My understanding is you must set the option to "best" so that it will only update your score if it exceeds the previous one. In other words, it will not add another score, it will just change the old one, to the new best one.[/QUOTE]
@TELLES0808 for the full screen thing, see my response on the Clay.io forum
@Salvo776 try now (login size *should* be back to normal on CocoonJS). A CocoonJS app update seems to have fixed a problem that used to exist where everything would be shrunk to small, so we had to sort of manually scale it up.
@kenhes I'm guessing you have "Use Clay.io Styles" disabled - is that on purpose? If you enable it, it should display as intended.