I do understand your frustration. Have you tried the samples? They are very helpful. There are also many answer to questions here on this forum and you can also google them. Youtubes has many tutorials as well.
Let's remain civil, though, with all the people here who are trying to help and those who receive help!
I am independent. I do not want to first find, then sit through a ten
minute video just to find out how to do something. I do not want to have to
keep checking a forum to see if my question has been answered.
I do not want to see your samples, any ample will have nothing to do with
what I am doing. I just want to read the manual.
I have never needed a tutorial, I have never needed to get answers from a
"helpful person". A well written manual is all I need to get on with it. Go
to the index, find the page, read the info, - done.
Your way: Log on, search FAQ, compose a question, wait for a response,
check back later, read replies,(if there are any), re-articulate the
question because responses are beside the point or off the mark. Add to
that slow website due to pop-up coupons, and data feeds I do not need.
Please consider an independent user who does not want to join another
social network just to get an answer.
I have already made 2 posts, had this conversation with you, have been
admonished to be civil and I still have no further understanding of my new
tool. I have a new friend, and lot's of "helpful people"
I appreciate customer service but give me a manual and I will get out of
I get it. Some people are sociable and some are not, this is totally your choice! I understand looking for answers in a manual saves time sometimes. I personally prefer to google a quesiton and I usually find what I want faster than looking in a book. I guess we are all different.
You can check the API from the help menu.
Sorry there is no manual per-se at this point as far as I know. There are a few books though but not free - sorry!
Resto took the words out of my mouth. Well, one doesn’t dismiss the other; probably the existence of a manual would even uplift the level of this generous forum. For some questions could be answered: First read the manual, please.
I really like the manual idea too, of course, but I think nobody likes grumpy attitudes which really does not serve any purpose besides making people not wanting to answer questions. Just my opinion, though! I am old fashion, I guess !
That is the whole point. I do not want to have to ask strangers questions.
This is the 4th entry in this experiment, still no enlightenment, other
than I have a bad attitude. Already knew that. Unless you have written a
manual or can recommend a book, lets put an end to this conversation.
Hey, let's all share our cat pictures.
There are several books out but I have not read them so I cannot comment. but you could check this one out:
The thing is that Edge is evolving all the time and it would be hard to keep up with new features. But this book above might answer several of your questions.
I learned the basics in
• Learning Adobe Edge
Joseph Labrecque (Packt Publishing, oct. 2012) 340 p.
and • Foundation Adobe Edge Animate
Tom Green & Michael Clawson
(Apress, dec. 2012) 350 p.
Although those two manuals are written by experienced people, as Mary says, Edge Animate is constantly evolving and two versions were launched since those manuals were published. But I feel they remain a good starter.