Posts tagged "HTML animation"

November 20, 2014

Edge Animate Bug-Fix Update is Now Available – Download Now!

The latest release of Edge Animate CC (October 2014) introduced major architectural and runtime changes to reduce the runtime size by 55% in addition to other new features. Even though we performed necessary testing, we still expected a few issues to come up given the magnitude of the changes implemented. Luckily, we have a great and active community who have reported these issues, worked closely with us to help reproduce them, and they also confirmed our fixes.
We just released an update with fixes for all known issues that our customers have reported. Here is a list of the top issues we’ve addressed in this update:

Timeline control and triggers
We’ve fixed multiple timeline issues such as resetting movie properties while looping, multiple triggers using the bindTriggersAction() method, and settings timeline controls (stop, reverse, etc.) on the first frame.

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August 4, 2014

Get your update for Edge Animate, addressing compatibility issues with Chrome 36

Hello Edge Animate fans!

Today we’ve released an update to Edge Animate CC 2014, containing several bug fixes. This update is recommended for all users. Ready to get your hands on it? You can either;

1) Download from creative.adobe.com

2) Launch your Creative Cloud application and click “Install” next to “Edge Animate”. Your Creative Cloud application may require a restart to see the option to install.

Adobe Edge Animate

Adobe Edge Animate

 

Read the full release notes here. 

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June 18, 2014

Unleash Web Interactivity With The 2014 Release Of Edge Animate CC

The 2014 release of Edge Animate CC

Edge Animate lets web designers create interactive HTML animations for web, digital publishing, rich media advertising and more, reaching both desktop and mobile with ease.

 

The 2014 release of Adobe Edge Animate is finally here! This release offers a rich set of features such as support for HTML5 video, importing sprite sheets from Flash Professional and Photoshop, linking support for DPS articles, a designer friendly action editor, and the ability to copy and paste SVG artwork from Illustrator, and more.

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