I would always tell a client if I were using a product that I didn’t make, but I often use my files in projects and don’t think twice about it. I never state in a contract that everything is built from scratch anyway. I view my file as a ready made tool in my arsenal, just like TweenLite.
On the other hand, if a client hired me specifically to make the file in question, and then I sold it as well they may have an argument.
Send me your working files and I’ll take a look at it:
mcelwaine at gmail dot com
thanks, sorry to hijack your thread. I wonder is more frequent buyers would be tougher on ratings because they may be more experienced and therefore expect more.
moved 3,5 years ago. I love USA and the people here.Guess who’s my USA favorite citizen?
Aw-Shucks? You missed the Jordan years. Man I would have loved to live in Chicago then. I’ve been once and it’s a nice city.
donchev I didn’t know you lived in Chicago? Did you just move there or have you been there all along?
Try killing the scrollbar completely and then creating a brand new one when you leave the audio.
FYI : The equalizer isn’t working on my FF3 but works on IE8 .
Nice look by the way
Edit: Menu open and closes correctly for me too
Edit Edit: No go on the FF3 refresh. Vista 64
Edit Edit Edit: Sorry, I don’t know what happened because I saw rimV’s equalizer the other day and then nothing too? I just reinstalled Flash and both are working fine now. Weird. Next time I’ll chigitty check myself before I wreck myself
the bug remains if your text is selectable and you select-drag the text. :/
Thanks, good to know.
I fixed it by using:
myTextField.mouseWheelEnabled = false;
I looked at the class and can’t believe I overlooked this
You know how a dynamic text field will sometimes sroll with the mouse wheel when it’s not supposed to? Does anyone know how to eliminate this behavior (besides increasing the height of the text field).