by Chris Ho » Mon, 31 Aug 2009 21:41:25 GMT

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 I understand that animated gifs are currently not supported in the
webkit port for Android.
Can this functionality be enabled by turning on the compiler directive
ANDROID_ANIMATED_GIF  (webcore\platform\graphics\android\)?

Will this work or are any other changes needed? Any caveats.



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1. Interesting profit statistic

Though some of you might be interested in this;

Looking at our internal profit statistics for Funky Expenses shows that revenue 
from the ad-supported version was around twice the amount we received from 
sales of the ad-free version.

The two versions are functionally identical except for the ad-supported version 
carrying a top of screen banner on the main areas, so it's not representative 
of those who offer a Lite and Pay-for version of apps, but if you're looking 
for a way to increase revenue and you're pay-only at the moment you might want 
to look at a free ad-supported version as well.



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That is a good point and in fact we will put them in a separate
package.  Can you pl address the magic on how
com.android,internal.util.Predicate.class is included in the
android.jar?  Where is it specified on the files that needs to be part
of the android.jar?

Any help is greatly appreciated.



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