Author Archives: Oleg Vorontsov

Ported “Christmas stocking” game from Flash to Unity3D ;)

Hello guys, I just finished porting one of my old games (december 2012) “Christmas stocking” from Flash to Unity3d, everything seems to work fine. You can check it out here: So far, I’m pretty impressed and satisified with Unity3d, … Continue reading

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Switching to Unity3d

Already tried creating a mesh manually and animating uv coords on it to implement a kaleidoscope logic, works fine. Had to call RecalcNormals or something like that, for it to receive light properly.

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haxedevelop 5.3 crashing on startup

find and delete session data file C:\Users\YouUserName\AppData\Local\HaxeDevelop\Settings\SessionData.fdb đŸ˜‰

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Flash is dead -> move to haxe

Heard somewhere that Adobe is dropping support\development of flash player(swf) by 2020. So I’m moving to haxe and unity3d, sloooowly)) Currently busy with haxe+openfl

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as3 error 1180: call to a possibly undefined method

I met this error several time, and it was pretty hard to fix, cause I didn’t know why this error was raised at all. The reason was this: I used a local var name identical to some namespace name. Let’s say … Continue reading

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pseudo-problem: js function undefined

well often you have an external js file you load and keep some functions in it; and eventually it can appear broken or missing some of the functions while you code your site, or they could work improperly.. My guess … Continue reading

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Crop tool in photoshop CC not working (solved “problem”)

Well if you drag some photos to your photoshop CC canvas, scale, rotate, position them as you need and select crop tool it could fail. Or better say perform no visible action, the outer parts of images remain where they … Continue reading

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