Release Notes for 619

(drumroll please) :drum: :drum: :drum: … 619 has landed and the Release Notes are here!

Have fun!
IgnisRBX

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A hearty welcome to the Arimo font! Here’s a preview from the dev wiki.


It seems like a good readability font; great for chat.

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I’m glad to see that Arimo and Monneserratte ( i 100% said that wrong) are finally being implemented for scripts!

Useful for games that have you choose a font

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Rad, I’m glad there will be more than just one font!

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Fixes a Tool activating despite Tool.Enabled being false.

It’s funny, cuz I found about it some days ago when I was trying to replace my debounce with it and it wasn’t working. Thanks!

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The Release Notes no longer bring me joy. I still yearn for the day we can make animations public. I want to see that in the Release Notes.

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Are there people here who know what the ‘Class’ shown in the release note is?

I often use the name “Class”.
If it becomes an built-in variable, the code linter will make the readability of my scripts worse.
(The code linter differentiates between normal variables and built-in variables.)

So, I’m wondering if it could be added.
(imo, It seems that it would work like a newproxy() function.)

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Nothing that interesting, this is just a formatting mistake with the person who did copy-editing of the release note thinking Secret was an Instance type rather than an atomic data type. The Class. formatting is intended to make the release note link to the docs.

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The docs site uses monospace blocks such as Class.Instance to autoformat class ref links, as tnavarts already mentioned, Secret is a datatype, not an instance, so it should’ve been Datatype.Secret.

More information on this for inquisitive minds:

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just, just get Myriad Pro Fonts PLEAS,…,.,.,.,

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Since its about fonts can we please have the option to install our own fonts in script editors?

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Are you referring to the use of custom fonts in your script editor?

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When will native code be used in production?

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It is already a feature for the studio script editor

Download a custom font you want, then double-click the font file and click install

In studio
Alt+S > Script editor > Font > This menu should pop up [alt+s brings up the settings menu]
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Then search for your installed font and you are good to go!

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I think it will be at least another year - the “beta” they released isn’t even a proper beta, it’s a “Preview” to show that there’s still a lot of work to be done.

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Ty for telling i will try that later

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Ye that’s what im talking about

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Wheres 618 for android devices?
619 has came, android is stuck on 617

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There will be no 618 release on Android.

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(outdated, 620 is out)
did the update just get reverted? i just got an update and i’m on 618 again

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