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Not a major update due to limited time.
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over 2 years ago
these are pretty sweet icons!
no offense, it's your profile, your shots, your right to post those... but I really don't see the need to post a mostly exactly same shot of icons twice, posting every process...
I don't know how others feel, but they might be tired of it, if you continue like this! sorry if this might sound offensive.
Yes I am tired myself about constantly rebounding the same stuff again and again. If only I could just replace the picture :P
But thanks, I agree.
yea it's a pain, dribbble should integrate that!
^I tried emailing Dan a few months back about the ability to edit a shot after it's posted but never heard back :/
I think they're very busy. Maybe the reason we don't get the invites to share lately :?)
Well, it would in a way defeat the whole purpose of rebounds, wouldn't it?
You both make sense, except I personally wouldn't care for the rebound feature anyway...
Thanks for sharing. Been looking for some icons like this :D
@Dom & Gert
I like the idea of Rebounds as it's a great way to follow a project as it evolves. It's also cool how it works with playoffs.
The idea of updating current shots could probably still be useful for things like this project here. But it would have to be the sort of feature that updates the activity somehow. Because if you post a shot and people view it and comment on it for a day or so and then if it's updated, it would go by unnoticed if it didn't somehow connect to the activity feed or whatever.
I dunno, it's sort of a weird thing to have both the update feature and the rebound feature. But the Dribbble staff are some really creative dudes and I'm sure that if they would implement something like that, they would make it work out somehow :)
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