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    WebAssembly instantiation failed?

    hey, I exported a simple project to html5 but couldn't open on it on chrome. when I open the html file it returns the following:

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ID:	1516750

    then I uploade into a server and it showed this:

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Views:	663
Size:	37.6 KB
ID:	1516751

    is this a limitation on my server? I really wanted to show it to people via web.

    also, is there a way to make it work offline on chrome? it works on firefox and edge by opening the html file with them.
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    #2
    I upload it to my server and got same error, WebAssembly Instantiation faild..

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      #3
      me too guys

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        #4
        Was this ever resolved. I get this too with a fresh project. I will just open a 2D Scroll Empty Project and Launch it and that error is what I get. Spefically "WebAssembly instantiation failed:
        [object Object]"

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          #5
          Anyone managed to solve this issue?

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            #6
            Clearly a lot of people having this issue. Any guidance would be nice.
            I had it working on my first upload, but then when I updated a widget alignment the new one is failing.

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              #7
              In your package file, there must have an HTML5LaunchHelper.exe and a Readme.txt.Try to read the text first and then you will make it!

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                #8
                You need to add mime types in IIS for both data and wasm set the mime type to be application/octet-stream

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                  #9
                  Hello,@fael097

                  Follow this step to,WebAssembly instantiation failed?

                  1. Step 1: setting up the environment. The first thing you should install (assuming you have Node set up already) is AssemblyScript, which is a subset of TypeScript, with the added (incredibly cool!) ...
                  2. Step 2: creating your first WebAssembly module. ...
                  3. Step 3: run your WASM file from a browser.
                  I hope this information will be useful for you.
                  Thank You.
                  Custom Software Development
                  http://www.ifourtechnolab.com/custom...re-development

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