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Digital File Pro 2 progress bar or activity graphic?

Thread began 5/11/2009 11:45 pm by mark.shelley333080 | Last modified 5/12/2009 11:38 pm by mark.shelley333080 | 3531 views | 6 replies


Digital File Pro 2 progress bar or activity graphic?


Just got the email about DFP2 and I got all excited about the "Progress Bar"!

A little more reading and it appears that the Progress Bar is not really a **Progress** bar but simply a pop up animation graphic which displays until the file upload is complete. So it is NOT a progress bar (which should show how much of the file has uploaded). As mentioned in another post, a Flash/Java solution (no Java PLEASE!) could be available in the next version of DFP which would then be able to display a real progress bar.

So, 2 questions for the nice people at WebAssist:

1. What's an approximate timescale for this functionality?

2. If I pay to upgrade to DFP2, will I have to pay AGAIN for the next version with a real Progress Bar?

I would like to upgrade now to DFP2 for the upload and resize image functionality so I can stop using my Interakt Kollection (ADDT) file upload SB, which has had resizing functionality for several years, and make more use of WA extensions.



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