Hype 2 Announced

Announcing Tumult Hype 2.0 and Hype Reflect for iOS!

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Just purchased and installed Hype 2 but haven’t had a chance to play with it yet. I have to build a new website soon and I was just mulling over the possibility of doing it entirely in Hype rather than Freeway. In theory at least it would automatically solve the question of a responsive website.


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Hype would not build a responsive site just out of the box. There nothing responsive going on in the app. It’s all built to a fixed page size. Although you can make a whole Hype document scale responsively using JavaScript… http://hype.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/259191-responsive-size-for-your-project-resizing-your-document-to-fit-in-a-window-or-element

I would suggest Hype is used to build interactive parts of a site and usually embedded with pages.

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On 20 Aug 2013, at 20:23, “Ashley” email@hidden wrote:

Just purchased and installed Hype 2 but haven’t had a chance to play with it yet. I have to build a new website soon and I was just mulling over the possibility of doing it entirely in Hype rather than Freeway. In theory at least it would automatically solve the question of a responsive website.


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Just installed the new Hype and I am very impressed how it handles fonts. This is what I expect from Freeway asap!


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Hype 2 looks pretty cool. How does one embed a Hype animation in a FP document, an iFrame perhaps?


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I haven’t tried it yet but I gather there is an action for this purpose.

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It’s easy to do manually. You need a plain text editor and an FTP app ( like Transmit or Cyberbuck).

  1. Add a HTML Insert to your page Freeway > Insert > Markup Item….

  2. Paste the Hype code from within the HTML file Hype Generated for you (open the HTML file in a text editor)

The HTML insert code you’re copying will be something like this…

	<!-- copy these lines to your document: -->

	<div id="myfile_hype_container" style="position:relative;overflow:hidden;width:800px;height:400px;">
		<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8" src="myfile.hyperesources/myfile_hype_generated_script.js?66485"></script>
	</div>

	<!-- end copy -->
  1. Resize the HTML insert to the size of your Hype Document (in the case 800px x 400px). And position in your Freeway page where you want the animation to appear.

  2. Upload the “myfile.hyperesources” folder using your FTP app into your public_html folder on your server.

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On 23 Aug 2013, at 21:42, “RavenManiac” email@hidden wrote:

Hype 2 looks pretty cool. How does one embed a Hype animation in a FP document, an iFrame perhaps?


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HI,
my Hype Actions work with Hype 2 as well.
http://www.actionsworld.com/Actions/HypeSupport/index.php

No need to mess around with adding in code - the Action handles this all for you.


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Help, I can’t get WOW Slider to work properly with Backdraft and Freeway Pro. I have copied the one column module and pasted it on my page, deleted the sample picture and the text and inserted the Crowbar action in the module. I then pasted the WoW slider HTML code before the Head in the page and aded the text mark-up to the crowbar action. When I preview the Slider it is positioned to the left as is the Header Module ideally I would like them to be centred but I can’t get them to centre. As I reduce the size of the browser window the slider is working fine and drops down to allow for the responsive menu but fails to resize, the right side of the slider crops off as I reduce the size of the browser window. I have uploaded the page to http://www.kingstongraphics.co.uk/test-site/firstresponsive.html has anyone any ideas what I am doing wrong?


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