I had similar problem some time ago. Research on the web on the eye strain exercises (every 30 min), basically they are all the same – move the eyes in both directions, look at something far away from you, then at something that is close, blink more
- drink more water to hydrate your eyes
- check with the doctor
- wear special glasses that protect from computer light (we have this kind in Russia, though I haven’t tried those)
- try Flux application for Mac (adjusts screen lightning at night), very helpful. I felt it really had a softening effect on my eyes after using it for couple of months now.
Hope this will help you, Andrei
Sexy new look! Awesome design, guys!
Just image a doctor who was hired after the following ad:Hospital is looking for a senior doctor with the following specialties:
- Cardiology & Heart Transplantation
- Dental Surgery
Optional Requirements: Pathology & Gastroenterology.
We offer between $25-$35Please only serious offers.
Now do you think if you know he was hired in this way you’ll ever wanna see this doctor.
That’s a good one! LOL
Seriously, you cannot expect a PRO in all these areas yet making that money.
Welcome to ActiveDen!
Answer to your second question:
The alternatives to Flash IDE are FlashDevelop http://www.flashdevelop.org/ (free, PC only) and FDT http://www.fdt.powerflasher.com/ (not free, both platforms). I suggest you start with FlashDevelop, its provides you with a lot of features and is way more than one need to simply edit the code.
For a more complex project I’d suggest FDT – pretty pricey, but saves you a lot of time during development and afterwards in maintenance times.
Regarding your initial question, you can load modules (if there are build to be standalone swf files) in Flash templates sold here (google on to “loading one swf into another”). If you are OK with Actionscript, its even better – you can always customize the code and add additional functionality if you want.
However, I think its certainly better to get one template that matches all your needs to achieve consistent look and feel for your website.
Good luck finding the perfect template!
Would love to test the software as well. I can help with translating it to Russian, if needed.
I’m sure the author – Dani will answer you. She’s very responsible and great freelancer. Besides no one knows the file better than the author herself.
Congratulations, Ramesh! Great files, great service – great rewards! Thank you for being here and inspiring us all
I think its better to give a link to the app. Buyers can download it and you are not bound by the GPL license for your app either.
Lester is right, there’s a help file in the package you downloaded when buying the template. It should explain pretty much all of what you need to know to customize the template. If you are afraid of the word “XML”, here’s a helpful tutorial diving right into it http://blog.activeden.net/resources/common-questions-by-flashden-buyers/common-questions-xml-explained/
I think those should be sticky or have a button of their own, so the buyers have an easy access to them.