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Jenshin:-
That is one of the most simplistic yet complicated things I've ever seen. Awesome.
(31.10.2004, 18:00)

JHONY ME LAS LAVO:-
OHHH THE ANSWER IS......yOU HAVE TO DRAG DE SMILE INTO THE STAR!!!!!!!! i'M SO ****** CLEVER!!!!!!

(but it's NOT the right answer)
(04.11.2004, 22:07)

loudsox:-
Just FYI - I've never had firefox crash on me before this. I "played the game" twice - crashing into walls both times, but the moment I put my cursor back on the game (with the "you failed" thing) firefox crashed. This happened twice and it didnt give me a specific error message.
(20.11.2004, 17:46)

Stu:-
Must be your set up. The puzzle has been attempted thousands of times by visitors with FF with no report back that it caused problems. I have tested it hundreds of times during development with no prolem. What O/S are you using?
(20.11.2004, 20:00)

Colin:-
Hi.
Using Firefox 1.0, there is a horizontal wall on the left hand side that behaves badly - i.e. it *appears* to be there (and in fact, draws across as you approach it) but it can be moved through. As you move through it, it disappears as expected. Minor niggle though, all in all pretty clever. Well done you.
(23.11.2004, 18:11)

Stu:-
Colin, ummm.... the wall that is not a wall is meant to be there to fool people into thinking that the way is blocked. Hence the comment that all is not what it appears.
(23.11.2004, 19:31)

bvt:-
cool, esp at the end, where you unlearn.
(06.12.2004, 01:24)

vivitron:-
Click, drag, and drop! Never thought I'd see it in css :)
(01.01.2005, 21:23)

Dom:-
Amazing.

I won both ways, correctly and incorrectly :)
(25.02.2005, 02:45)

Mike K Sweden:-
Made it in second try.
(28.02.2005, 04:31)

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