There are some examples in the code for how to use it, and I’ll make a guide later.
To download it, paste this code into a new project:
for tab, src in data:gmatch("%-%-%[=%[TAB:(.-)%]=%]\
Yeah, it still has a few small bugs, but it’s completely functional. Feel free to use any of my code im your projects without credit, although a comment pointing towards this post would be nice
Could you give us an exemple
a window with 2 variables A ? B ? and another with C ?
Two errors when this is run.
error: [string "-- WinLib..."]:19: attempt to index a nil value (local 'i')
error: [string "--#nofunc..."]:9: bad argument #1 to 'shader' (Shader not found)
My bad, I’ve fixed that now
Now nothing happens. I see the word Done flash, but nothing but a black screen.
Actually, if I keep watching I see the word Done flashing constantly at different intervals.
Okay, I fixed that for real, try it again and it should work.
It works now. One thing I noticed, if I close out the Debug alert and press OK on the other boxes, I see a flash of the closed Debug alert box.
I’ll look into that, thanks. Also, I’ll be writing a guide for it over the weekend
Excellent thanks for sharing !!
it’s works fine and it’s very fast !
i don’t see option icon.
i will try textedit
it is very useful,
tanks a lot. :)>-
i’ve max fps 458 on ipad air !!! is it possible ?
and fps between 100 and 300 but it’s too fast for reading
I noticed that sometimes passed the window below and sometimes above rather random way
I just updated it for a larger, slightly improved UI style, and more importantly, I added menubars:
For the next update, I’ll be adding UI skinning.
menubars, it’s very good idea
Nice, it’s cool to see that someone’s actually using my code! Good luck with whatever you’re making!
i guess this means it’s time to start developing it again