dude, keep this in mind: “Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand” – Martin Fowler
i for one program only OOP code and i only buy OOP files on flashden. sometimes i need something quick and dirty, but eventually i always port the non OOP versions of the stuff i buy to OOP versions to ease the reuse
well i think this birthday bash came with a decoy effect.
see, if i only have 20 on my account, i won’t spend it buying only one item if can buy 300 worth of items.
so when faced to the decision of buying random authors items and buying items from the bash, users tends to buy the 300 bundle.
in my opinion that’s why the sales are down
not really…it’s veeeery processor hungry!
dude, this probably has to do with hit area. check that, sometimes when you rotate a display object, the hit area is compromised, put a transparent rectangle around the mc to try to solve your problem
Well, 600 is a little short, but since i have a custom class ready for applying this effect, 1500 works for me. contact me via my flashden profile
1900 and counting ps: i mute it