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  1. I found out that this plugin only works on DOM objects so it will not work with Canvas.
  2. Can anyone point me in the right direction in how to implement the text plugins using Adobe Animate using HTML5 Canvas.
  3. ohem...Thanks for your response. I'd already seen the other discussion, however, I have been testing locally and was not seeing the images. I have now got it working, the error was in my custom html file, I was missing some code. Thank you very much for your help, it made me look a little closer at my work.
  4. When I select SpriteSheet in An CC 2017 I get the following error in createjs undefined is not an object (evaluating 'this.spriteSheet.getNumFrames') If I do not select create Spritesheet in An CC 2017 everything works as intended. Has anyone experienced this issue? Do you have a solution? TIA
  5. Thank you for pointing me away from the template! I was able to get everything working as expected, I have a few more tests to perform to ensure my sprites will work when I have multiple images in an ad, I may reach out if I have trouble with compliance with the various vendors — lots more work to do Thanks again for your help.
  6. Thanks, I'll have a look later today and see if your suggestion helps.
  7. I have created a timeline animation, all the assets animate as expected with the exception of an image file. The .png file is not showing on the stage. I know it's probably something simple, but I can't figure it out. I'm using AdHelper which created touch screen issues on Mobile devices (you couldn't execute the clickTag). The line createjs.Touch.enable(stage); was commented out as per Cory's instructions and works perfectly. I have a few samples that I have to have 3 samples ready by the 11th July, so any help getting my images to show will be greatly appreciated. The image in question is London_Skyline_Silhouette.png. Thanks
  8. Great post Cory, I've just started to using "An" after working with Flash Pro for many years. I'm looking forward to playing around for a bit with your templates to see what I can come up with. Thanks for sharing.