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  1. Click Tag for Google Adwords

    You don't need any clickTag for Adwords. Adwords makes the entire banner clickable by default.
  2. Adwords isn't going anywhere; they're been gradually rolling out a new interface: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6306932 It's not surprising that some ad features would be changing along with it.
  3. GSAP is still listed as one of the DoubleClick-hosted libraries: https://support.google.com/richmedia/answer/6307288?hl=en It's fine for Adwords too: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722096#otherhtml5
  4. Google doesn't allow longer than 30 seconds?

    True, the IAB recommends 15 seconds. But Google allows 30 seconds for Adwords and DoubleClick.
  5. Google doesn't allow longer than 30 seconds?

    The IAB sets the recommended standards for the whole industry. Ad serving companies all have their own unique standards, too. For Google specifically, there's: Adwords DCM DoubleClick Rich Media The 30 second time limit is pretty standard across the board.
  6. "Malformed assets"

    Looks like you're trying to upload source files from Google Web Designer instead of published files. You should publish your files and then upload the final zip.
  7. IAB New Standard

    I found this: https://github.com/InteractiveAdvertisingBureau/flex-ad-testing Examples: https://flexibleads.iabtechlab.com/ I wonder how soon this stuff will start to be implemented. I feel like it will probably take a few years to become standard.
  8. IAB New Standard

    I just read through some of this. I'm all for getting rid of the disruptive experiences that make people hate ads, but I don't like this flexible size stuff that they have planned. For animated banners, it seems like it would over-complicate the development process. Flexible ad sizing: Ad units are defined by aspect ratios and minimum and maximum size range so the ad can adjust based on the screen size it is being displayed on
  9. Looping Animation

    Seems like you want this: https://greensock.com/forums/topic/17226-stop-a-timelinemax-loop-at-a-point-before-final-action/
  10. @PointC also shared a solution in similar thread:
  11. @Carl shared this demo a while back:
  12. Adobe Animate Animation issues

    Remove all the semi-colons at the end of each tween, or you would need to start each new tween with "tl" again. Remove ".mc" from all of your object names. It should just be "this.text2", not "this.text2.mc". "scale" is not a property in canvas mode. You must use scaleX and scaleY. Assuming you are linking to the GSAP library and all of your instance names match up, your code should work if it looks like this: var tl = new TimelineMax({repeat:1, repeatDelay:3}); tl .add("scene1") .set(this.text2, {alpha:0}) .set(this.text3, {alpha:0}) .set(this.vendor, {alpha:0}) .set(this.blueBG, {alpha:0}) .from(this.text1, 3, { scaleX:"0.75", scaleY:"0.75", alpha:0, ease: Power1.easeIn }, "scene1") .add("scene2", 3) .to(this.BG, 3, { scaleX:"0.875", scaleY:"0.875", alpha:0, ease: Power1.easeIn }, "scene2") .to(this.text1, 0.2, { alpha:0, ease: Power1.easeIn }, "scene2+=0.2") .to(this.text2, 0.2, { alpha:1, ease: Power1.easeIn }, "scene2+=0.2") .add("scene3", 7) .to(this.BG, { alpha:0.9, ease: Power1.easeIn }, "scene3") .to(this.text2, 0.2, { alpha:0, ease: Power1.easeIn }, "scene3") .to(this.text3, 0.2, { alpha:1, ease: Power1.easeIn }, "scene3+=0.5");
  13. @PointC your example was great & exactly what I want, but unfortunately I'm running in to scope issues implementing it w/ GWD. Please let me know if there's any chance I can send you a sample file to look at. If not, I understand.
  14. AdWords [Question]

    You can use the Google-hosted GSAP link for Adwords: https://support.google.com/richmedia/answer/6307288?hl=en <script src="https://s0.2mdn.net/ads/studio/cached_libs/tweenmax_1.19.1_92cf05aba6ca4ea5cbc62b5a7cb924e3_min.js"></script> Other Adwords banner requirements are here: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722096#HTML5
  15. Thanks for the great example! I will play with this on Monday. It looks pretty straightforward; I just hope the other GWD-specific code doesn't make it overly complicated to implement.