I’m using Hype to generate many graphics for a website. Some graphics are a) simple animations that will be embedded inline in the body of a page. Other graphics b) act as the main header graphic and need to be responsive in various portal sizes. Still inline in the page, but they have multiple layouts.
I would prefer to have one master Hype document with many scenes. Some scenes are for A above and some for B. I could export the entire Hype document and it would update all the files needed.
I can export everything into a /hype folder, but every scene appears to generate its own folder with the same hype support files. I’d like to merge all the HYPE-664.thin.min.js, blank.gif, etc into the same folder. And I’d like all the myfile_hype_generated_script.js in a directory above that. So it would look like this:
(Or it would even have js and img subfolders.)
Even if I were to export everything separately and move the files manually, it breaks the Hype files. Looking inside the default_hype_generated_script.js file, I see refs to the parent folder “Default.hyperesources”. Is there any way around this? This is what I tried:
Possibly I’m missing something obvious, too. Feel free to suggest a better workflow. I’m not even clear what is different between “Export as HTML5” and “Advanced export.”