What the heck is wrong with the new editor?!

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#1

The editor moves stuff around, doesn’t tell you where things are, and messes with your code. CHANGE IT BACK @Liza @Ana @awesomeonion!


#2

@Ana

That sounds annoying


#3

Could they also fix the performance issues?

@awesomeonion @JACG2018MASTER

Thanks!


#4

I just got the update and it does tell you where the objects are. Are you talking about the location like the coordinates. It does, it is just faint


#5

@awesomeonion said they released the wrong version of Hopscotch, and they are working to fix it. :boom::ok_hand:t3::boom:


#6

Yeah, I looked at it, weird stuff was happening


#7

How do you release a wrong version


#8

Human error, awesomeonion said so.


#9

It’s a bug.

Aparently THT accidentally released the wrong version of Hopscotch.

It bugs me. :stuck_out_tongue:


#10

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#11

I haven’t tried the new editor yet, so I don’t know this issue.


#12

I haven´t done that either. Has the whole interface been updated or something like that?


#13

Nope, but THT accidentally released the beta version, and there’s a bug where all your objects in the editor shift towards the bottom right corner of your device.
I haven’t found any bug other than that though.


#14

I know that now because I just updated to see what happened :laughing:
That´s completely fine for me though, because I normally code with the old editor and just publish my projects with the new one, and I also know that there is an update on the way.


#15

Yeah I’m having the same problem…


#16

Ha! I get the joke! ‘Bugs me’ ha ha


#17

Does anyone see the problem in the new editor of where you move something sometimes it moves back after you check the code?


#18

Yep. That’s because the Hopscotch Team accidentally released the beta version (with that bug and several other bugs) instead of the correct version (without that bug).


#19

How would that happen?


#20

They said it was “human error.”