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Bloodsong13T Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2015
hey guys!  i just previewed a new book, and the pages don't have "back" tap points?  um, or they do, but tapping there just reloads the same page instead of going back one page.

my older madefire books can go fowards and backwards, so... did i miss a setting somewhere or something??

thanks!
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PureAlicorn Featured By Owner May 21, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, I've been getting this, "DAClientException(u'submit request failed, code=502',)" when I try to upload. Help?
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javiroque Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2015  Student Digital Artist
check in to sta.sh 
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rjc523 Featured By Owner Edited Aug 10, 2015
why is it there? and the error mean?
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Gischie Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, I tried to post my issue on madefire forum directly but somehow it keeps on telling that my account expired... anyway I just wanted to know as it seemed that madefire doesn't support Animated gif, it is possible to upload a video in Madefire cloud instead?

It's just I'm working on a scene in which a series of images not related are shown very quickly and I don't think it can be achieved with the current Madefire animation system.
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MadefireStudios Featured By Owner May 14, 2015  Professional Artist
You can now upload sequences of images to be treated as an animation into the Tool.  There are two ways:

1) In the Motion Book Tool, click Actions>Upload Assets.  In the Upload Assets popup, tick Advanced Options>Treat As Animation Sequence.  Click the Plus to choose your files, and select all the images that make up your animation sequence.  Remember, using this method, the Tool will create the animation Asset in the order of the block of image files that you select.  Only select files that make up your animation sequence; with these options ticked, all image files you upload will create one Animation Asset.
   Once it has uploaded into an Asset, click Add New Layer>Image Sequence, and drag/drop your Animation Asset to the New icon at the bottom of the Layer.  You will not be able to see the animation, but now when you add an Effect, two new options appear: Play and Pause which you can use to designate the start and stop times of the animation.  
   In the Layer itself there are options for Duration and Loop.

2) The second way is to Add New Layer>Image Sequence.  From there you can drag/drop individual files into the layer's Image area, and rearrange as needed.  Of course, you will need to have uploaded each of the images from the sequence into the Tool.  This method gives you flexibility in creating the sequence, but you cannot "re-use" this animation, in another Page for instance, as you would be able an Animation Asset created from the first method.

Hope this helps!
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Gischie Featured By Owner May 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Brilliants :) Thanks for the help, I just tried it and it totally works.
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InTheWalls-Comic Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2015
Hello, 
I am having a problem with your application - I can upload it to the web without problem, but when I want to upload it to deviantArt, I get the following error: 

DAClientException(u'submit request failed, code=502',) 

any help would be appreciated. 
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it actually uploads the comic to my st.ash, even with the error occurring. 
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