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waldo:-
this is just the sort of thing i've been looking for. haven't been able to successully adapt this to a project i'm working on, though. i need to create a drop shadow that changes in size depending on the size of the photo. have you ventured down that road yet? cheers.
(22.09.2004, 21:55)

Metos:-
very slow :'( to scroll
(16.03.2005, 08:21)

Stu:-
On FF? this is a problem with the browser.
(16.03.2005, 18:42)

Search Engines Web:-
this would be perfect if the BLUR & Opacity IE Style Filter was used on the "Shadows"

Please consider integrating Style Fiters with the CSS
(27.02.2006, 03:15)



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