Any help to resolve this would be much appreciated!
Are you using your own preloader or one purchased from a third-party?
Hi Preran, I'm using the Adobe Animate preloader, by selecting the 'Include preloader' checkbox in the Adobe Animate Publish Settings.
We have fixed this issue internally and it should be available with the next release.
Just to be sure, can you share a screenshot of your Publish settings and also, if possible, a test file to confirm it works fine on our internal builds. Thanks!
Sure, here's a screenshot. I'm happy to forward a test file, but how can i get this to you?
Thanks. You can upload it on a file sharing site and share a link either here, or PM me.
Hi Nipun, now forwarded link via PM
Thank you all for your input. I hope this issue is fixed in the next release.
I like the ability to customise the gif used in the throbber.
If we could have this combined with a '% Loaded' text field (that positions centrally) that would be ideal.
Just to forestall any potential confusion for anyone reading this thread:
1) The Animate "preloader" isn't a preloader, it's a throbber. All Animate Canvas documents are preloaded by default. You can't not preload them.
2) What Animate calls "responsive" is just scaling and centering, not true responsive layout.
So Derrin's complaint actually has nothing to do with preloaders or responsive layout, It's just Animate not centering a throbber correctly.
I don't understand how Adobe, one of the most high-profile multimedia companies in the world, ended up using such incorrect multimedia terminology in one of their products, but I hold out the hope that they'll eventually fix it.
I think that you may try change the height and width to 50% of the "_preload_div_" in the HTML file:-
<div id='_preload_div_' style='position:absolute; top:0; left:0; display: inline-block; height:640px; width: 960px; text-align: center;'>
<div id='_preload_div_' style='position:absolute; top:0; left:0; display: inline-block; height:50%; width:50%; text-align: center;'>
I hope that help you.