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Subject: Re: FLASH: for Flash's sake!
From: John Croteau
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 1998 13:39:20 +0100

Hi Kirsten,

> I am particularly interested
> to know how it loads/performs on slower connections and machines (actually
> I'm afraid to know). There should be a clearly detectable difference in
> speed for each loop.
Very Nice.
Works fine 28,800 on 133 Pentium.
Not sure if I see the speed change by loops.
Where is the change and how much does it change or is it suposed to
There's still a button while she's dancing did I miss something?
You need to change the Title from Shockwave so the Page Title and more
importantly the Bookmark will reflect that it is Funky Funk.

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