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I use Android, fuck apple to the end of time.
A lot of the stuff the big game companies ect, are producing for phones are worse quality-wise than most flash-games created by one person.
Whoa, all these features coming out are great! It truly has been a good week. I can't believe I'm watching featured videos on my iPhone without it telling me "You don't have Flash Player installed".
I only chose the ones I recognized/liked, and even those were mediocre.
At 2/5/13 12:45 AM, NewShape wrote: Is actionscript going to be totally stamped out for future submissions?
I doubt you can change the already existing games to HTML5, although there is no reason why Adobe couldn't build something like that.
There aren't any plans to drop support for SWF uploads, down the road we could convert the best animations to 4K resolution thanks to the vector source art. I would like to see people upload MP4 versions of their stuff, though, so that it can be available on all platforms. People may also want to default to the video version since it streams, has a scrubber and can run better on computers that don't process SWF well. I think more people will want to default to a video version as we add more options, such as pre-roll videos and promo links at the end of the videos.
Newgrounds doesn't stop moving forward with cool ideas and genuine innovation, and these last two months were a very critical example. Although don't own an apple device, I must say I'm glad for the motto "the problem of the future, today!" Well, at least the future part. Keep moving forward, Ng!
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At 2/4/13 12:08 PM, TomFulp wrote: If you have an iPhone or iPad, try loading up NG and clicking a movie on the front page. You should notice two things:
1) One click now takes you directly to the content, instead of first showing you the rollover info.
2) The video will actually play! This won't be 100% perfect every day; it is based on having a video alternative for the movie. The goal is to always have one.
is this what's causing movies to autoplay on chrome, despite having every single autoplay option turned off?