Woohoo. I’ve decided to stick with XP until I’m finally able to get my hands on a precious Apple computer. Shame they’re expensive as hell for a poor secondary-school student like me. FlashDen, make me rich! I want a mac – even a MacMini would do great!
When it comes to Macs I wonder what you’re actually paying for? I’ve heard they do a better job of memory management but for $1,000 I want more than 2GB of RAM . It just doesn’t seem like a good investment when you can get a better processor and twice the RAM for half the price. For example, my $600 PC is 4 times as powerful as my $600 Mac mini.
It’s about my bedtime here…
^ ok if you’re a Sox fan I take back everything
The aim of these things should lay with the other smartphones (especially the ones using Windows) that arn’t able to browse websites properly.
Opera mini provides a pretty good web experience on Windows mobile.
my sales were average. plus 70% = thanks Envato!
I wonder if it wouldn’t be so bad to send an email asking for proof of purchase and stating that action will be taken otherwise. Afterall their IP address is recorded.
You left a trail of facts. The most important being that you trashed the guy at first and then flipped your attitude once he met your demands. You claim the author stated that features were included but in fact were not. He clearly lists all xml options and he even answered your first comment stating that “this is not included”. Sounds like you assumed the feature was included when in fact it was not.
It’s great that the author went above and beyond the call of duty. Kudos to him. But as authors we put a tremendous effort into making our files and your first comment on his item page was disappointing. This is equivalent to sabotaging someone’s hard work all because you failed to read the xml options appropriately.
The problem with multiple versions of websites is that you have update both versions if you wish to serve identical content. I recently built a 100% xml driven website with 18 html pages drawing content from the same swf using flash vars. Then I read in the same xml content and plugged it onto the swfObject alternative content. Then I set up Michael Hejja’s XML editor for the client and whenever they make a change, it updates both the flash version and the html backup version. Throughout the process I tested on an iPhone and it turned out pretty good.
I guess either way it adds extra time to the development process. But if a site is going to be updated frequently the method above may be preferable. There are also SEO benefits as well.
With all the hoopla I think it may have been overlooked that there are new featured authors. Congrats to both guys! I envy both authors as they’re obviously extremely talented!
I think it’s probably because there’s a lot going on there. Does it happen when you take out the floating rocks? Very cool site by the way