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  1. hi guys, I am not receiving any notification mails form this forum. I have checked my spam. Is there any way you could check on your side if emails to me bounce or something? (I have just tested the email address I gave the forum, i do receive mails send from other hosts.) Thanks, JP
  2. Hello Experts I need your Best Guidline I need to know Is it possible to take 3d Model Canvas Screenshot ? And How Its Work can u show me demo ?
  3. Hello all, I'm actually doing a service system to my company with Phaser. So then I want to export this, because the client will fill the truck with his stuff and I'll create a SAVE button to export this to my email or to a server so I can read what the client want to take in the change. Sorry for my english... Is there any way to do this with Phaser like i'm doing or you guys recommend me other framework?! Thanks in advance!
  4. Gir

    Email Games

    Hey everyone! I've been wondering lately if I could use html5, inline-css, and media queries to make a point-and-click game in webkit-supported email clients? It SEEMS feasible as webkit allows for the use of vector css such as: @-webkit-keyframes rotateIn { 0% { -webkit-transform-origin: center center; transform-origin: center center; -webkit-transform: rotate(-360deg); transform: rotate(-360deg); } 100% { -webkit-transform-origin: center center; transform-origin: center center; -webkit-transform: rotate(0); transform: rotate(0); } } I understand that there isn't much "graceful degradation" in this when it comes to older clients like Outlook or non-webkit supported clients like Gmail, but I'm optimistic for the future of email. Any advice or help with understanding the rules for something like this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! P.S.- I've looked everywhere for documentation or even a thread on this, but have come up short.
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