LeatherwingStudios saidwell, so it seems I am not alone, do you see them like this?..
The new badges do NOT work on my Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet. They show up as line…all squashed down. Completely illegible.
does anyone else have this issue? old badges were fine, the problem appeared since the new badges released
so maybe someone from staff can help on this because now it seems it is not just my phone and there is something wrong with the badges!
would had buy it but badges still stick out a bit. Is not really “free”
it is a new technology, not perfect yet … look at other “smart”phones, you won’t find anything close to this, even the new iphone 6 lacks this feature!
on topic (maybe): if anyone knows how to fix it, i’ll be all ears.
Looks OK on Galaxy S5 (well… definitely NOT OK, but visible :D). Could you please share what’s your phone as I browse the marketplaces and the forums on mobile quite often and would like to change mine with a model hiding the badges?
lol … it is the legend HTC HD2 now I can sell it to the highest offer! ... Badge-free phone, anyone?
look what I see in my mobile browser
I am pretty sure there is something wrong with my mobile however I don’t know what it is, but does anyone else have this issue? old badges were fine, the problem appeared since the new badges released
anyway, I’m quite happy with this problem because i don’t like the new badges!
Funny, they removed the h264 format from Ae and now kindly ask users to render it via AME. “Fine” I say. I do that and come to realize that AME renders it almost twice slower than Ae. Alright, I do a google search and find that plenty of folks complain about slow AME CC / 2014. Additionally, I ran into a couple of benchmark tests users did – results were always in favor of directly exporting from Ae. I can say the same, as far as my experience goes. Adobe confirmed there was some sort of an issue with AME. I am positive I can find the thread at their forums if needed. Very frustrating, seems like a job half done.
that was exactly the same problem I had with a client couple of days ago. he had AE CC 2014 therefore used AME for rendering one of my templates into h264 mp4 and it took 22 hours (yes 22 goddamn hours) for it to render. later I searched about AE CC 2014-AME issue and told him to render it directly through AE into another format and it took 4 hours to render. that is a huge difference! if I am not wrong it has something to do with multiprocessing feature which AE has and AME doesn’t.
i just woke up … what happened here?! Happy birthday Envato and thanks for everything!