GreenSock can correct me if I’m wrong, but I’m pretty sure you only need the corporate license when you upload the file. The reviewers are only going to check if you have a license at time of upload. They aren’t going to check yearly.
The reason we are going back and looking at the old files is because GreenSock code wasn’t free when most of them were uploaded. We misunderstood the license and let users upload them when they probably should have been rejected. Normally in cases like this we would have to remove them immediately, but GreenSock was gracious enough to work out a deal where users would have time to switch over. BTW , thanks for that GS.
If you use or plan to use TweenLite or TweenMax in your files, make sure you read this post: http://blog.flashden.net/general/source-code-packages/. There are some things you NEED to do to have your file accepted and not have your current files removed. If you don’t know what TweenMax/Lite is, you should look into it. It is a high quality product.
Also, the guy who makes the GreenSock code is giving 20% off for FlashDen users!
The featured file of the week flippy the bird was removed?! I can’t imagine why!
Are Painter files going to be accepted here? Thanks.
I think it’s time that FlashDen starts accepting CS4 / FP10 files.
This should be coming soon, but there are some issues that need to be worked out first. The main problem is that they can’t be encrypted yet.
That just means that if someone hires you for freelance, you can buy a file and give it to the client without him needing to buy it too. You essentially bought it for him.
I used the cs4 trial for a couple weeks, but decided to stick with the version I have until they work out the kinks.
Wow, great job DS! I vote le tigre for the next badge.
Sorry p&k, apparently putting up the GraphicRiver beta messed with the queue a bit. It is fine now.