I have a site that has been live and running fine for the last 11 days:
Built, tested, and running perfectly on PC, Mac, iOS, Android.
I have an older iPhone 11 and today I upgraded to iOS 17. Now my site will not load on my phone and the errors are basis files failing to transcode (both chrome and safari)
Tried running out of the editor and I get the same issue.
Using engine ver 1.65.3
Is there a newer version I can be using? Please help as 90% of our traffic is mobile and more than half of that is iOS.
I grabbed the source from tag 1.65.3 and forced the basis handler to manually compile using the fallback script (line 58 of src/framework/handlers/basis.js). This solves the iOS 17 issue and everything seems to be good across all devices.
Is there going to be a performance hit by not using the wasm when transcoding the textures? That would be my biggest concern, but I do need to get a fix out the door ASAP
Real quick question on that check, is the ua variable a string so if I check if it includes “17.” and “17_” it should cover all versions for 17 for the time being yeah? Or do I need to test against specific versions of the OS?
@slimbuck Is this fix dependent upon any other engine changes? Because we’ve been using 1.65.3 I took your code change and applied it to my local basis-worker.js and rebuilt the engine after removing my iOS 17 check from the previous workaround
I am getting a different error now evaluating S[b-1].buffer
@slimbuck Trying to figure out the best way to accomplish that right now
We have 30+ textures using basis and the assets that throw errors never finish loading asset wise so my loading screens stay up the whole time
The errors now don’t log the failed asset because it is syntax as opposed to console.error. Will dig into it a bit more tomorrow and try to figure it out
Searching the engine source for S[b-1].buffer gets me nothing
Searching project code for the same gets me nothing. Wondering now if it is from a different wasm and the fix affected it. Not really sure how that would be possible if the same number of mips are being used