Posts tagged "Web 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.

Crash when deleting keyframes
Issues when deleting a timeline keyframe in nested upgraded/updated movies have been fixed.

Element Panel
All the issues and crashes when re-ordering layers in the Element Panel have been fixed.

Custom fonts
An issue working with custom fonts when upgrading movies to use the latest runtime has been fixed.

Scroll effects workflow in Muse
The scroll effects did not work correctly with OAM content in Muse. The animation would start playing as soon as the page loads even before scrolling down. This issue has been fixed.

To see a complete list of what we have fixed in this update, click here. We encourage you to continue providing your feedback and input, as we are actively making Edge Animate the best animation authoring tool of the web.

Best,
The Edge Animate Team

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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. 

What you’ll find in this update

Resolved compatibility issues with Chrome 36

The latest release of Chrome deprecated the need for the -webkit prefix for transform-origin. As a result, once your content hit the browser any items using transform-origin would have their position misaligned. Not good! This issue has been resolved, as well as an additional fix to future-proof your Animate content when browsers remove prefixing for CSS properties. Thanks user DavePowellGPA for reporting this on our forums.

Resolved errors on launch

Some users were receiving the following error when starting Animate: “The requested url/welcome_to_project_edge/WelcomeToEdge.html was not found on this server”. This has been resolved and you should no longer receive this message. Thanks user l1l4 for reporting this on our forums.

Fixed crash when publishing static HTML

If you were receiving a crash when publishing static HTML, chances are you had an empty symbol. This issue has been resolved and you can safely publish your projects.

Thanks to our community members who took the time to bring these issues to our attention, we appreciate your ongoing support and feedback! Go download Edge Animate CC 2014 to get the latest update. Feel free to reach out on our community forums if you have any questions.

– The Edge Animate Team

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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.

Create engaging and inspiring content with the new HTML5 video support in Edge Animate. You can now import, control, and add interactivity to your videos without any coding experience. With the newly designed actions editor, you’ll be able to add interactivity using the new video media actions window.

New video media actions window.

New video media actions window.

Who says books, articles and magazine can only be static!? With the new DPS article linking feature, you can link to your InDesign or DPS Folio articles from Animate without writing a single line of code, to build more interactive title pages, table of contents, and advanced navigation to target articles.

Vector, vector, vector!

Bring your vector graphics from Illustrator and paste them into your compositions! No magic or special skills are required. Simply copy and paste shapes from Illustrator into Edge Animate compositions.

 

SVG Import

Copy and paste shapes from Illustrator into Edge Animate compositions

 

Did I hear support for importing sprite sheets? Yes, you heard it right! You can now import your sprite sheets from Flash Professional or Photoshop and import them with a few clicks, and add advanced, multi-frame animations to your compositions.

Sprite sheets support

Import Sprite sheets from Flash Professional or Photoshop with a few clicks

The team has been hard at work to deliver features that will help you to deliver interactive HTML mobile and web content reaching both desktop and mobile with ease. Ready to boost your creativity? Download Edge Animate now and unleash your creativity.

 

 

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