Configurator to HTML5 services!

Configurator to HTML5 services!

Due to high demand we are now offering a Configurator > HTML5 Panel conversion service! Do you have a Configurator flash panel that you can’t live without? Are you stuck unable to upgrade because you can’t get your tools working in the latest CC version? Do you wish you could design a panel in Configurator, …
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A quick hello.

A quick hello.

Thanks to all the great recommendations and referrals.  We’ve been SO BUSY its fantastic! I know its been a while since I posted an update, so just wanted to let everyone know, we’re going strong and creating more and more golden moments –  when we see expressions like this coming from our clients.

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Creating Photoshop HTML5 Extensions

Creating Photoshop HTML5 Extensions

Adobe is  dropping Flash support and switching to HTML5 for their extensions.  YIKES!   This is big news.   So,  I dusted off the old’ HTML side of my brain and started coding.  I haven’t done HTML development since early 2000. The code below may not be good practice, or even current standard practice.  But …
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Case Study: Exporting animated gifs with localization and strict file size controls.

Case Study: Exporting animated gifs with localization and strict file size controls.

Client:  Good Games Studios Problem: We needed a quick way to create animated gif variation based on existing banner art, while changing elements to 28 different languages. The variations had to follow the animation requirements unique to each piece, and the resulting files sizes had to remain consistent, no matter how simple or complex the …
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WARNING: Flashing images during performance!

WARNING: Flashing images during performance!

Suggestion for ya,  If you’re running an Action,Batch,or Script that quickly opens and closes alot of images, be sure to have your application window shrunk down as small as possible. It makes your tool run faster, and prevents you from having a 70′s Disco Party in your office!

in: Hints and Tricks