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Don't use MoveSprite(). To move a sprite to a new position just call DisplaySprite() with the new position. MoveSprite() is a very old function of very limited practical use. And yes, the name is misleading but it got its name somewhen in 2001 or so
- Fri Jun 22, 2018 3:30 pm
- Forum: MUI Royale
- Topic: Active item issue in a listview after sorting
- Replies: 2
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That's no problem because Hollywood's Android backend is currently getting an almost complete rewrite and should be much easier to maintain because more things will be done on the Java side. The current Android backend was mainly written for Android 2.3 and uses NativeActivity as its basis, which, a...
Ok, looks like Polybios requires at least Android 5.0. I forgot to mention this in the documentation. Unfortunately, supporting earlier Android versions isn't possible because they miss some functions required by Polybios.
1. Connect your Android device to your PC 2. Start LogCat from a console like this: "adb logcat" 3. Start Hollywood on the Android device 4. Watch the LogCat output. Hollywood will log something like this: Hollywood 7.1 [Android] [64-bit] (c) by Andreas Falkenhahn The Cross-Platform Multimedia Appli...
- Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:57 pm
- Forum: Wishlist
- Topic: SendData / ReceiveData in raw mode
- Replies: 3
- Views: 83
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