Lucid, thanks for the info. I am not a Kickstarter backer but BOUGHT your software through your website. I wasn't aware that I have to go through video tutorials to get the information I need. And did you mean your bug tracker or a specific topic in your forum? I see people posting feedback and problems in this topic, in some other topics and on the bugtracker. rIKmAN: Yes I am and I find it very strange that you misinform people about a total nonrelated thing to Spriter just because you didn't like it that I critize the development of it. As you have just started to use Monkey let me tell you that the code that shipped with the book ran fine when the book was released. Changes in Monkey over the year broke it at some points. Till v69 it where 4 or five lines of code you needed to change and with V70 and the removal of list.Remove it now broke more. And update of the code is on its way to PacktPub. Everyone, and I mean everyone (about 5-6 people) who approached me about these got helped right away. There is the issues section of the goodle code site, the monkey forum and I have a support place too. So far no one have posted erratas to the book to PacktPub so I guess people are fine with it anyway. Issues with the code inside the book should have been found by the technical editors, but hey, guess they didn't do the job right, or? And yes, I am not satisfied with the state of Spriter after the rewrite. If it is labeled as beta, then it should be feature complete and only bugs are an issue. I waited to use the software till it is in beta state. But if you need to warch videos to find out how to use the software, then at least the UI needs a strong face lift so you can do things from the menu or buttons. Am I as a paying customer not allowed to voice my disappointment? Is the use of "fricking bones" to much for your soft soul. Give me a brake. :roll: Lucid, sorry that I needed to take the topic slightly offtopic but I didn't want to let the misinformation of this kid unanswered. I won't write more to it if he is motivated to go one with his little war.