I’m actually not entirely sure…
that is immensely helpful, considering what i’m trying to do with this project lol
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hey there @PinkCupcake8 - saw you somewhere in my notifications :))
hope all is well with you - or about to get better!!
@894 This topic is the perfect place to talk about all things Hopscotch. What’s your favorite thing about the app?
This might just be me but it would seem (in certain cases) that in the new version (with the set background) the set variable block now takes a full frame?
It’s the first block in a repeat loop followed by a set width so it shouldn’t be doing that…
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- No :((
- Yes, and i will suggest something
- Yes, but i don’t have any suggestions
- No, this tag list name is okay
long time no see @Rectangle :))
Start a shop for what?
@Awesome_E how does hopscotch store custom images? I’m wondering because I saw that every image in every project I’ve ever been on is in a folder in the hopscotch folder. And I can’t figure out where projects get the images the first time. Or how it references them in set image blocks and image objects. I tried to use your project builder to figure it out but I can’t.
just a shop, in general
CMIIW, but I’m pretty certain it stores the image data in the project.
CMIIW means Correct Me If I’m Wrong, btw.
Where in the file does it store it?
There is a list of asset urls, and the images get downloaded from a server that matches those image IDs to images tagged with those ids
Ok i see. Does the image object have the url for that image in it?
In set image, it points to a customObject item with that name. The customObject has the ID of the image on the server (not the full url)
Seems unused from what I’ve seen
I see… that must be why the names of the images are random letters and numbers. It’s the images ID.
Yep, that’s right!
the full url is something like hopscotch-images.s3.amazonaws.com/production/imageID.png or something like that, but I never remember it correctly.
How does it point to the object? Sorry if I’m asking to many questions. I’m curious.