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LucidStudios says

I have decided to re-brand thumbnails of my files. Following are previews:
1- For Actionscript Version 2 Files:


2- For Actionscript Version 3 Files:


3- For Actionscript Version 2 & 3 Files:

what are your thoughts?

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SparkyFlash says

I like it – one style for all, just like DS :) I think its the right way to go.

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skyplugins says

I think these new thumbnails are great.

This is slightly off topic but wondering if there is an easy way to update thumbnails without submitting a new upload?

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LucidStudios says
This is slightly off topic but wondering if there is an easy way to update thumbnails without submitting a new upload?

only for reviewers ;)

Edit: I think, you can by going in the Edit section of a file, just upload thumbnail and type dummy text in the “Message to Reviewer”

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skyplugins says
This is slightly off topic but wondering if there is an easy way to update thumbnails without submitting a new upload?

only for reviewers ;)

Edit: I think, you can by going in the Edit section of a file, just upload thumbnail and type dummy text in the “Message to Reviewer”

So I don’t have to re-upload the file. This is great. Thanks for the information.

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theflyingtinman says
I like it – one style for all, just like DS :) I think its the right way to go.

Funny how wrong our preconceptions can be. DS uses one color for all his thumbnails but far from one style … http://www.flashden.net/user/digitalscience

:)

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flashjunkie says

very nice :) i recently re-did mine too :)

Jay

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MBMedia says

I changed a thumbnail and instead of replacing the actual old thumbnail image on the server, a new image was created and just showed the new image for the item.

Seems like the same effect in the end, but I had to change the thumbnail src on all my items for cross-selling, cuz they still pointed to the old thumbnail :( Does it still work this way?

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MSFX Moderator says

They’re nice but i’m not sure how well they flow with your avatar/lucid branding if thats what your essentially trying to do…?

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