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#21 MAdEinUK1


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Posted 28 February 2006 - 06:28 PM

If you read carefully I did correct myself after posting the message.

"FFS, sorry. I mean the Flash 8 player"

why make a splash page in flash, that says that you need flash? think about that for a second...

As I said earlier, this is a very early stage of the site development. I am going to have that as the HTML page with the requirents, and when the user clicks enter site it then animates into the flash movie.

I have also started to remake the into.





I only see 2/3rds of your site, why are you removing the scroll?

It did say on the site requirment you need 1280x768. I take it your resoloution is 800x600?

No actually I'm on 1024x768

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For those not being able to view the site at all will be due to you not having the Flash 9 Player.

There is no such thing as Flash Player 9 :) It's your code that's why it's not working in firefox.

Search the forums as I have put up the correct code to work in all browsers before.

#22 funkysoul


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Posted 01 March 2006 - 06:29 AM

The colors wouldn't be so bad.. but you shouldn't use a standard radial gradient, put more effort on the background, leave the intro out or shorten it maybe synchronize it to the music..
The buttonreflections you have are too strong, ( if they are supposed to be reflections, work a little more on the glosiness and opacity.

Oh and yeh, it doesn't make sense to make a splash page which tells me that I need Flash 8, if I didn't had Flash 8 I would not see anything.. :(

#23 MAdEinUK1


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Posted 02 March 2006 - 04:51 PM

Thanks, As I have already said. It was in early development. I would have took a screenshot of the picture and had it as the HTML index page. So when the user clicks in enter it would load up the swf and animate.

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