iPad Model: iPad mini 2
iOS version: iOS 12.4.3
hyperPad Version: 1.24
Description: Making animations using disabled-aliasing graphics will come back to aliasing graphics if you closed hyperPad and come later.
Steps to reproduce: make an animation using anti-aliasing graphics then put it on a Scene. Close hyperPad and open your project again.
Additional info: If you undo-redo the anti-aliasing features ( I mean if you enable and disabled again the aliasing of every graphics of your animation ) after opening your project the second time, the animation will go completely fine. Excuse me for my bad English again, I'm french.
animation using anti-aliasing graphics then put it on a Scene. Close hyperPad and open your project again.
Additional info: If you undo-redo t
@XxWhiteHearrxX I can't reproduce this. It's working fine for me. Can you take a little screen capture (take a video or screenshots) of what's going on?
That’s really strange! Can you send us your project? What happens when you delete those graphics and add them again?
@Hamed delete and add them again does the same as Disabled Enabled aliasing: it’ll work fine until you close the app and come to the your project again.
I’ve made a quick project, here is the link to it: http://bit.ly/2rBB4GB
Oh okay. I see the bug now. You're not using spritesheets as described here: https://hyperpad.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/205091205-Importing-and-Using-Animations
You're manually inserting each frame with an image. Will fix this! Thanks.