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Please note. I get a few hundred emails a week from visitors asking for help, or posing questions on how to modify my demos to suit their application and I read them all. Unfortunately I only have a limited amount of time to spend answering these questions.

So if I do not reply, please do not be offended, and if I do reply then you are one of the lucky ones.

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Current posts

Steve D:-
Hi
Impressive and inspirational is what comes to mínd after browsing the whole site.
Well Done Mate!!
Keep it up
Steve D
(09.07.2004, 15:07)

Brandon:-
Cool.
(13.07.2004, 14:56)

//ega/:-
Stu ! That is SoO Kewl... You Amaze with your technical wizardry, ideas and originality.
(18.07.2004, 18:35)

Tsurotu (portal):-
is that you stu?
(07.10.2004, 11:29)

Stu:-
Could be :)
(07.10.2004, 17:05)

Big John:-
I am extremely jealous of your great implimentation, Stu.
(27.10.2004, 19:35)

Stu:-
Cheers Big John.
(27.10.2004, 20:02)

Lene Wangmo:-
It doesn't work on a Safari browser on a Mac dualie G5
(28.10.2004, 17:27)

Stu:-
Oh well 'that's life'. Don't have a Mac to check out why :o(
(28.10.2004, 18:27)

Transformer:-
this rocks! maybe another version without the crosshair would be nice, that way even savvy designers couldnt tell it was transparent gifs.
looks great, well done!
(11.12.2004, 04:52)

Stu:-
I guess you are using a non-IE browser where I have been unable to get rid of the cursor. IE however has no cursor already.
(11.12.2004, 09:39)

Isus one, you remember:-
Congratulations!! Historical step.
(15.01.2005, 02:33)

Ronnie Pitman:-
Works fine in my Safari (1.2.4).
(16.01.2005, 15:51)

Katy:-
Ha!Ha! LOL - I prefer to scan slowly! No, well I do it fast and slow....
(03.03.2005, 12:56)

aam:-
I could play with this for hours:)
(12.03.2005, 11:24)

riz:-
I love your site I have learned a lot from you and if you allow me a little critism, could you work on the navigation, sometimes I can't find the examples. Other than that, it's amazing. Thanks for sharing.
(23.04.2005, 03:03)

mike:-
What a cool use of CSS. Remarkable, truly remarkable.
(30.03.2006, 22:31)

Stu:-
For all you 'digg' visitors. This is not 'new'.
You will see by the comment dates above that this was produced in 2004! - when I was just a lad.
This was just a little bit of fun and never intended to replace real animation - so chill.
(02.05.2006, 13:45)



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