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  • #17175

    Marcin

    Hi Felgo,
    Recently getting some new warning while testing my game.
    It looks it doesn’t affect anything but since it’s something new, maybe I should care more.
    Should I worry about:

    1. In some cases when using MovementAnimation.
    WARNING: MovementAnimation: reading this property value is slow!

    2. Some levelEditor warning when starting the game.
    qml: ERROR: LevelEditor: overwriting property key of customLevelMetaData – this must never happen

    #17214

    Günther
    Felgo Team

    Hi Marcin,

    thanks for your message!

    Do you see any noticeable differences or issues when the Warning / Error occurs?
    If you can compile a case where the MovementAnimation produces the issue and does not work correctly, please let me know.

    The LevelEditor error sounds interesting though, we are going to investigate this – are you using the LevelEditor in any special way?

    Best,
    Günther from Felgo

    #17246

    Marcin

    Hi Günther,

    Fortunately didn’t see any negative impact.

    In the level editor warning, the truth is, I didn’t pay that much attention yet.

    1. Level editor issue
    I used few times maybe some weird calls, like republishing published levels etc.
    Probably few times I have used some invalid ids 🙂
    Apart from that nothing really special.
    Will double check this case.

    2. Movement animation
    I think I should be able to produce some example of this behavior.
    It was easy to trigger in my game I am not sure if with something smaller will also happen.
    We will see.

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