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Connie Müller-Gödecke:-
sorry, I don't get any effect at all, I am using OPERA 7.54 / WIN and nothing happens..
(05.07.2005, 20:05)

Connie, it looks as though you need to upgrade to Opera 8, sorry.
(05.07.2005, 21:26)

Shawn McBurnie:-
Cool concept and execution.

I find that in Firefox 1.0.4, after clicking on a painting name, I can scroll through the paintings with the mouse wheel. (Not so in IE.) Feature? Bug?

Nice compact organization!
(05.07.2005, 21:39)

Shawn, yes a bug. The now famous mouswheel bug that is supposed to be fixed in version 1.1 which is now late by about 6 months!
(05.07.2005, 22:39)

Nice effect. It doesn't work on Safari but I fired up firefox instead. ID navigation using overflow:hidden instead of frames would be something that I think would be pretty useful.
(06.07.2005, 04:09)

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