[quote="imothep85":31apz5nv]No its not my material like i said its a COMPLETELY NEW LAPTOP, its impossible, its in this plugin something is wrong because instead using the webcam this software call the software of the webcam and that cant work... the developers have to check the screenshots i put in this forum.
Its in your code, because its a NEW LAPTOP, so that mean your plugin dont reconize the news webcams include with laptops.[/quote:31apz5nv]
It is possible, in fact, it could be because
it's brand new that it isn't supported yet. The plugin may rely on a library that needs updating for the new technology, or a new standard that didnt' exist when it was made.
[quote="imothep85":31apz5nv]imagine someone who buy a new computer; for example me, my laptop have now 4days, its new, and you tell to the people, its not our software its your laptop....
Sadly, it's not crazy. When companies don't conform to standards (like NVidia removing support for an old graphics library in newer cards, totally wiping the possibilty to run Windows 98/95 games), people lose out.
Try another webcam, maybe a USB one that you (or a friend) has around.
However, if you feel that a Construct Classic developer is needed to fix this, try sending a PM to R0J0hound or Lucid about it. They are two programmers developing Construct Classic at the moment. I'd gladly try and help if I knew how to make plugins, but I won't have time to learn how until I finish my exams
Edit: Also, knowing that your device is an integrated laptop webcam. I had the same problem with another program I made in VB.Net using a webcam (the grey "choose webcam" screen, however, the webcam worked with Dell's propietary software).
The only solution that worked 100% was buying a USB webcam. I think integrated webcams probably just generally break standards so that people have to rely on the providers drivers and webcam programs.