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Hi,

 

I'm currently hoping to port my Week of Awesome III entry to WebGL using Unity's exporter and have been faced with a strange issue:

available here: http://orymus.com/MEDIA/DIUWoA3WEB/

 

Notice the two following issues:

 

Issue # 1

Notice here how the visual appears stretched despite being forced to a 16:9 resolution (same as the original). It seems like the UI Canvas anchor system may be at work?

 

 

Issue # 2

Notice the texture (material) of the primitive: it is off (should be centered as per the original entry).

 

I was able to sort all other issues, but these two visual issues (which may very well be related) are puzzling me.

 

 

 

Things I've tried so far:

- Changing the Rendering Path

- Changing Batching settings

- Forcing resolution (1280X720)

- Reviewing all UI anchors

- Confirming original sprite sizes

- Googled / Stack-overflowed to no avail

 

 

Thoughts anyone?

 
Edited by Orymus3

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I haven't dug too deeply into it, but isn't still in some sort of early alpha/beta/preview?  Last I tried it, it did not seem ready for actual use.  You might be better off still using the web plug-in for now, and explaining to people how to enable it in Chrome.

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I haven't dug too deeply into it, but isn't still in some sort of early alpha/beta/preview?  Last I tried it, it did not seem ready for actual use.  You might be better off still using the web plug-in for now, and explaining to people how to enable it in Chrome.

 

Seems like Kongregate discourages from doing this, in fact, I believe they won't try to load anything under Chrome if there's no WebGL files to look into (they have a double-delivery format with Unity builds nowadays).

Thanks for the input though, I'd be happy if this isn't my fault!

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Ah, that's terrible, but understandable on Kongregate's end.  I hope Unity is working hard to make their WebGL not suck.

 

EDIT:  Have you tried enabling the console to see if you get any decent debug output?

Edited by ferrous

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