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    spike

    Hi,

    I am just wondering, because I don’t see it mentioned in any demo example. Are there any downside in using a Loader for loading Scenes? I have a lot of scenes, loading them dynamically makes perfect sense.

    The Loader is anchored to the GameWindow and a global “top bar” (which is again anchored to the game window (top, left, right). So, they should still benefit from all the content scaling stuff, right?

     

    Greets

     

    #9965

    Günther
    V-Play Team

    Hi supaiku,

    you are right, dynamic loading of scenes is the right way to go when you want to load scenes just when you need them.
    The content scaling feature of the Scene should work correctly even when loaded dynamically.

    Best,

    GT

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