nothing has changed since your last submissions. AS2 is still accepted, but not recommended, as Flash CC doesn’t support it anymore.
Hope this helps
Hi sadfishing, unfortunately there’s a bug that prevents the reviewer (i.e.: me) from approving new files (just Flash ones). I have already notified this to the devs and I hope this issue gets solved as soon as possible.
Anyway, you can contact support for more clarifications.
Hope this helps,
Why is Envato doing absolutely nothing to solve this? :/
Hi okonell, in cases like this, please contact support. They will solve it as soon as possible.
Well, I guess this gives a final blow to Flash (as a gaming dev tool)...http://blogs.unity3d.com/2013/08/28/unity-native-2d-tools/
niraj_gaming saidI know that it takes some time, but I’m looking on homepage and I’m not seeing anything new, is like everyone is in vacation or something
Hi iulianf…....you do not need to worry about item approval. My last item was approved after 5 days from submission. so just wait for 1-2 days more. Thanks Niraj Vishwakarma
Don’t worry, I’m not on vacation
RimmonTrieu saidIt’s not like two of you guys of the above have tons of review AD files this days anyway . Still there is lack of Air developing this days anyway ,the way i see they trying to find more simplistic way`s to bring more people to develop with flash mostly for the mobile world since it’s such a strict /unique platform this days to work with
MarcoSecchi saidStill gotta keep the old Flash Pro to review AD files, how sad it is Marco
What they are not saying here is that they totally dropped AS2 support… a bit late in my opinion…
Problem is there are much better tools than Flash for mobile development, and most of them are free or open source (Unity 3D, Corona for gaming, PhoneGap, Titanium for applications)