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  • 259cf40
    Updates to make the collada loader work with Processing 2
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  • 134f754
    Some fixes and logging code for the JSON serializer
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  • 39a90b2
    Updated SerializationExample to demonstrate the new JSONSerialization…
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  • 8b8511d
    First pass implementing the new JSONSerializer serialization mode
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Yes returning this instead of void won't break anything. Might not even need to be in the lightweight docs if the goal is to keep things simple for…

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  • 0fc1d5f
    updated library naming conventions
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  • 8eee396
    Removing generated documentation files
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  • afd6f5d
    Removing build properties file (this should be user-specific)
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Cool.. I'll probably implement my own off dataPath() for the time being as well. Thanks for the quick response! Jack

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sketchPath() returns user.home in exported apps on OSX
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Thank you Ben! Downloading 2.1 now.

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Yes, I this is after reinstalling via the tools menu. I have 2.0.2, 2.0.3 and 2.1b in my applications folder, and I reinstall whenever I want to sw…

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Processing-java broken in 2.1a
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Verified working in 2.1b9 thanks for the quick fix!

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Thanks for addressing this so quickly!

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Guess the workaround at this point is to create the different font sizes required as different font objects...

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[bug] textSize() broken in 2.0.3
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I very interested in a fix for this, I'm stuck with 2.0b9 until this is resolved, and it 2.0b9 has its own quirks (plus I'd really like to be able …

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Also seeing this in 2.0b9 on Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 (11G63)... I'll try switching back to b8 for now..

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Or, arrays could be used like what was mentioned before, but this would require handling bounds checking on assignment of the data. On Wed, May 29,…

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I have to agree with Karsten on this -- I don't think Vectors should support additional vertex information, that's a whole different problem. Grant…

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