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iamdok says

Hey thanks Steve. It’s working now. My next problem is that I’m about to do the same for every item in my portfolio, so I hope the devs are going to take a look at this issue soon.

Thanks again.

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iamdok says

Hey, thanks guys. Was thinking that my whole profile was becoming a big mess and needed to concentrate on consistency of brand etc. Just glad my portfolio is 60 items large! :)

What else would I do with all my time, now that AD is a ghost town! ;)

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iamdok says

I saw on the vimeo forums that people asked about AS2 , the answer was NO! moogaloop only works with AS3 . So unless things have changed since then, I’d say its as3 only.

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iamdok says

Ah Thanks guys. I’m lucky I didn’t change all the images!

Hopefully it’ll be sorted soon.

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iamdok says

I have recently updated the preview image for a couple of my items. Initially the image was showing up fine, but on returning to the page its not showing!

Anyone else having problem with this?

Here is an example (mods – sorry about the link – feel free to remove it)

http://activeden.net/item/narrative-as3-deeplinked-designer-template-base/116860

Is the preview image working at the above link for others?

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iamdok says

Hey Venatur,

I could help you with the design. Feel free to check out my portfolio.

Donagh

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iamdok says

Last night in a dark bar, around 3pm, i catched a conversation. Two men were talking about Bitfade codes without even looking at the screen. And that he never traces.

I heard that he eats kittens and baby squirrels and never sleeps! :D

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iamdok says


however out of respect for our fellow authors the decent thing to do is to ask the poster if they had checked with the author of the file first

+1 Authors should have first dibs on customizations of their own files, it’s just good etiquette :P

Plus, I don’t know if any of you guys have ever seen Bitfade’s, code, but if you aren’t a Flash ninja you might be in over your head :D

+1 :)

That is so true, The force is stong with bitfade! I’ve witnessed the code from the dark side, and I wouldn’t dream of offering to customise one of his files, for any price! :)

When he writes, it comes out already encrypted! :D

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iamdok says


hey, what happened to “try to contact original author first” ??
In my opinion and since the request is for a custom work and not fixing a problem with the file, we do not need to tell any client, no, for freelance job check with the author first, that is not right.

No offence bitfade but as long as the job is not related to a problem with the file or it is on the files comments, anyone can take the job on a freelance bases unless you specify on the file comment that you take all the custom job on the file and even with that, in the forum you just tell them to check with you if there is any request.

I did not take this work as it needs a lot of work and assets.

Of course anyone can take the job, there are no written rules about these things, however out of respect for our fellow authors the decent thing to do is to ask the poster if they had checked with the author of the file first and offer your services only if the author wasn’t available or suitable for whatever reason.

If it was one of your files which was requiring some custom work, you would like it if this rule of thumb was followed.

Additionally from a clients point of view it makes more sense (rates dependent) to go to the author because they know the file and will likely get the work done much quicker than someone who had to initially spend time getting familiar with the code.

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iamdok says

Congrats on the Gold Paw Fabio!

50K – That is some serious sellin!

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