DigitalScience, i have to say that i love your green paw.
You look like Shreck walking in the mud.
I’m back to this thread to add my experiences with this, so if somebody has this problem will find here an extended solution.
After debugging i found some errors in some browsers and environment with this:
After a few search, i found that this function works better in more situations and it’s safer as it includes the possibility of the flash being reproduced inside a frameset:
Hope this helps someone with ther same (small) doubt.
Ok, it’s not very complex file, but the author though it could be interesting for someone.And so did ActiveDen or sels they wouldn’t have accepted it. I’ve learned the hard way that this marketplace is mostly dominated by novice buyers and so that type of file, no matter how simple it is, is completely appropriate here.
I only partially agree…
For sure, i’m agree about user experiences is better than a simple preview. What i meant is “complaints” and not doubts or questions, which are so far interesting for all of us. I have seen many (many) post like: “hey, four days without answering my post” or something like it, i think that may be sent directly to the author in a private message.
For example: this. Recently uploaded. Look at the first message. Ok, it’s not very complex file, but the author though it could be interesting for someone. It’s necessary to leave than kind of useless and negative message in the file?
I want to remark that i call this “ethic” advices. I mean, there is nothing really technical here, i’m talking about respect and a little bit of common sense.
Thanks for your (useful) comments!
Since i’m a member of this community (2 months) i have seen that’s common to see really adverse comments in the files of all authors. Most of them (if not all) are really dispensable. Things like:
“Hey, your preview it’s not working!” repeated many times in a new file just because the author made a small mistake uploading the preview. That’s make a long list of negative comments in a file that could be interesting but it loose a lot of its positive points.
Or: “I would suggest to change this or that” or “It’s a shame that you did not include a…” things that i think must be said in a private message to the author, so he can improve the file with the opinions without seeing his/her file plenty of useless comments.
So, to resume, the “ethic” advice is:
1. If you liked the file just leave a good message, giving the author a nice gift to keep on working in that or other files.
2. If you didn’t like it, and you are not planning to buy it, just close the page and go to find something else.
3. If you have a nice idea to improve the file, send a private mail to the author. He will be glad for sure to receive suggestions.
4. If you have a question and you think it so far interesting for other users who are interested in that file, ok, leave the message, but it’s not necessary to be rude.
5. And last (but not least): If you purchased the file and you have any complaints related with your experience with that file, write directly to the author and don’t leave infinite messages of personal complaints in the message board. Those messages just doesn’t help neither the author or other users.
I hope not to be misinterpreted. I have really no bad experiences with user comments, but i see a lot of useless and negative messages in files that i think doesn’t deserve them.
I always use FF (under PC). Now using 3.5.2 and never had that problem. Try to upgrade the browser version.
It’s not really a problem. It’s called week-end.
Congrats! Silver is a nice color.