1) Images don’t fade in after loading, they just “appear” on screen (this should be a requirement for all files with loading images)
Better to ban the transition effect “Appear from nowhere” unless it is intended and interesting.
The only thing buyer need to do is change the xml ,url path that’s it. And if it’s fully xml support the code shouldn’t be issue for the buyer, can’t go easier then that.
There is a word called “Design”. Sorry but I have to mention that we are in the era of GUI .
Flash timeline is one of the best and efficient working environment for designers. (more than tween animations)
“hay i open the Fla and there is nothing there ”
swf+xml+class coding is not sufficient for the buyers who knows how to edit flash but with minimal AS knowledge. I remember the era when Frame labels used as comment area which communicates fast and efficiently!
You really don’t need an advice! (you spent time to post a thread (to avoid or postpone bit of work ) even when you didn’t watch TV)
Uncounciously we choose what we really want. Enjoy watching TV (can you really enjoy it?)
Great work, love this!
Who is Steve Jobs? Never hear of him.Yeh who is that guy.
It is Apple’s product, called iCEO
Sometimes particular file sells within a short period of time (say within 1 day) surprisingly and for the rest of the week, not much sales. So I assume the demand is not equally distributed throughout a week (and also month) and some times it is crowded in single day or even within 12 hours. Your file might be under peak demand (for its particular purpose) enough to make more buyers to think about extended license.
We can’t find exact reason for this because there are so many variables (weekly/monthly cycle of demand, new file’s entry etc) randomly getting their peak and valley which causes some times “wow” and some times “phew”
Great decision michael, only a few people allows themselves to be free!
I do work from my home since JAN 2006 (unexpectedly!) and really like it. It is a life changing relief / freedom from routines and conditionings. I don’t think I will ever seek for a job or expand business.