Be nice. Or else.
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Edge updates pretty often. Safari is once a year, but it is so prolific...all iOS devices use it. I would love a trim, modern Normalizer.css, but you simply can't ignore Safari and Edge. Even IE11 should be considered (unless your analytics can prove otherwise).
Would you consider a PR that adds support for those browsers?
More file formats, and since it is open source, you can add features if you want to. Say, a watermark or something...probably.
You don't have any invites to give out, do you? I really want to try that one out.
Well, they don't allow you to edit the
stroke-offset property through their UI, so I don't know if it is possible to do with a plugin. Certainly after exporting the SVG, but if Sketch's renderer doesn't support that property, I'm not sure what can be done.
Haiku looks great, but I haven't gotten an invite yet.
The way I see it, your animation tool has to be able to draw, but it's not going to do as good of a job as your drawing tool. I'm all for a tool that leaves drawing and layering up to Sketch, and only handles tweening properties. Also, skipping the export/import part will probably lead to fewer bugs.
As long as I can hide the Timeline toolbar and have vanilla Sketch until I'm ready for animation, I don't see the harm.
This might not be possible in Sketch, but can you animate stroke properties? Namely, stroke-offset.
Neat! JS code or native Android/iOS? I feel like there are a lot of interaction tools that will generate native code, but I haven't found anything that does good JS code.
Bodymovin' support would be perfect!
I just read your FAQ. I see you do have Bodymovin' (Lottie) support as a planned feature. Can't wait.
Have you had any luck exporting animations as GIFs? The quality is really bad when I try...banded gradients and muddy lines.
Kite might be the ticket. It looks like a very detailed Keynote with better vector drawing tools.
That's a familiar looking UI. Checking it out now.
Be nice. Or else.
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