Have you ever made a project that needed a whole bunch of variables, but each one was only needed for one or two functions?
Now, instead of cluttering up your variables menu with a ton of global variables, you can use local variables.
With local variables, you can create a variable and define a local ‘scope’ for it - meaning, it will be usable only for specific blocks of code that you define. Local variables will only show up in your variables menu when you’re editing functions within that scope.
This version also includes the ability to add images from your files to projects. This will allow you to more easily add photos with transparent backgrounds to your creations!
Bug fixes include an issue where the Z index of objects that have been sent to front or back is affected unexpectedly when another object uses Z index.
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