I’m using Hype 3 for the first time and wanting to use it for display banners. I’m still working on the final ads the publisher that I’m working at limits my files to 150k (all inclusive). I noticed that the “export as HTML 5” option creates a couple of obviously essential files, but a couple that I was able to delete and still run the animation. I’m wondering if these are important, or “just nice to haves” because at 150k, every little bit matters and slimming things down would really help.
Here’s what I’ve deduced so far:
4619AC-restorable.plist (25k - don’t think I need this)
HYPE-466.full.min.js (94k - appears to be the more robust version of the js library - I removed this)
HYPE-466.thin.min.js (54k - appears to be the base of the js library - kept this one because it was 40 smaller)
PIE.htc (45k - appears to be an IE specific support file but it’s big so I’d like to get rid of it… consequences?)
filename_hype_generated_script.js (4k - clearly the layout commands & structure - keeping this)
Oh, and BTW I have to say that I’m impressed with Hype 3 so far and the fact that the thin version of the .js library is already 50% smaller in file size that the one that Edge Animate kicked out is already a HUGE win for me.