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Current posts

Stu:-
Opera 9 works the same way as Internet Explorer.
(24.04.2006, 08:29)

Stu:-
Mozilla 1.7.13 and Netscape 8.0 same as for Internet Explorer
(24.04.2006, 11:09)

John:-
crazyness man, maybe this could be a replacement for animations for dial up users since it loads a lot faster ;)
(26.04.2006, 16:29)

Jo:-
Camino v0.82 Mac needs manual mouse movement to animate
(28.04.2006, 03:07)

Stu:-
Thanks Jo, I guess that only Firefox checks the mouse hover even when it is not moving.
(28.04.2006, 11:00)

john harwood:-
I would really like to use this anumation on a site. But even after downloadinf each individual frame which takes a time as it is entirely random where the animation stops I cannot get it to work. Iget a series of individual frames on the web page with no animation. I would be grateful if you could point me int he right direction
(16.04.2007, 12:02)

Renuka:-
The animation is very nice. I have taken the code and I got it as it is, as shown in this site. Then I'm very much curious to know what is the logic used to get this. But I didn't understand exactly the logic used, behind this. Can u help me regarding this?
(05.06.2007, 11:21)

David:-
I actually see a very pratical use for this program. As a product photographer, I could use a script like this to make object rotations and product animations that can be controlled by a mouseover. This fits the bill. Can you show just the code that applies to the horse?

Many thanks for your fine site and help!
(04.02.2009, 15:58)



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