I dont see preview
Button with Exit.Api must be present from start, give opacity 0 or move out of stage.
Thanks for you help marjantrajkovski but that didn't fix the issue.
Tried moving it out of stage from start, nothing change, same behavior.
Setting alpha to 0% from start, nothing change, same behavior.
it is ok now from preview
HTML5 ads for Adwords are, by default, clickable on the entire area of the ad. If you wish to limit the clickable area to specific elements, you will need to include the exitapi.js script.
1. To use exitapi.js, include the following script in your HTML <head> tag:
To do this within Animate, what you can do is create a transparent button. Give it an instance name (for example, myBtn) and then open the Actions panel and add this code:
If you don't include the extiapi.js script, AdWords will make the entire ad clickable, and you won't need the exit() call.
More info on Adwords policies here: Image ads - Advertising Policies Help
Hmm, I see now that you do have the ExitApi which makes this much more confusing. I see the same issue in Chrome.
What happens if you keep the hit area on stage the whole time, but make it small, like only covering some of the bottom red background? Then, in the frame that you want it, add a keyframe and make it fill the whole stage.
Thanks for you time !
But the solution to move the hit area in a small place and keyframe it on the right place at the right time doesn't change anything.
Chrome still refuse to see my ExitApi while Internet Explorer do it perfectly... I wasn't used to that -_-
Any other idea? Maybe the code of ExitApi should be different to be understood by Chrome ?
Hey, I just tested the file you attached here (SLOT_Mechanic_v2 ) in the validator and it seems to be working fine now (at least in Chrome 51). When I try creating a test file on my end it works fine too, so I'm not sure why it was behaving differently earlier.
If you're still experiencing issues on your end, since this issue is specific to Adwords, you might try posting in the Adwords Community: Google AdWords - The Google Advertiser Community or Google Groups
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Oh... I found an answer.
I've just tried again in Chrome 51 but it still doesn't work.
But, if you desactivate AdBlock, everything's fine !
(To use an ad blocker when I do ads... Shame on me)