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biyified
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Guys am about to create a new file and will like to use the caurina tweener classes rather than the flash default tween classes for obvious reasons.

I will like to know what laws or regulations on flashden that guides on to use such types of 3rd party classes or components.

thanks

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rondog
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as far as I know you can use and include caurina with files on here.

Other engines such as TweenLite/Max require a paid license which quite a few members have bought including myself.

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biyified
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Thanks Rondog

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CodingJack
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Just reference the Tweener license in your help file. Love your avatar by the way :)

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MBMedia
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Caurina is MIT license open source (see here) So it is perfectly legal for FD.

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biyified
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thanks guys.

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iamdok
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I use tweener in all of my files on FD so far. I’ve chosen to place a link to the download page in the help file. However I have still received comments wondering why the file won’t recompile and gives a tweener error etc. So not everyone reads the help files!

I’ve directed these commenters to the download page and also a tutorial on goToAndLearn() where a tutorial on how to install tweener exists, which is handy!

I’m starting to think about including the files with my uploads from now on, just to avoid such comments and as far as I know this is not a problem. I think the reviewer of one of my files even suggested this.

Though maybe I’ll change to using TweenMax or TweenLite as Tweener is starting to feel a little clunky!

So if you wish to use TweenMax in your files you have to buy a license? Am I understanding this correctly?

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mpc
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as far as I know you can use and include caurina with files on here. Other engines such as TweenLite/Max require a paid license which quite a few members have bought including myself.

hi guys, do we need to buy licence for the TweenLite? or only for TweenMax? Where can I buy a Licence and how much I have to pay?

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Emroni
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as far as I know you can use and include caurina with files on here. Other engines such as TweenLite/Max require a paid license which quite a few members have bought including myself.
hi guys, do we need to buy licence for the TweenLite? or only for TweenMax? Where can I buy a Licence and how much I have to pay?

http://blog.greensock.com/licensing/

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mpc
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ok but which licence do we have to buy ? 25$ and that’s it we dont have to worry any more?

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