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Subject: Re: FLASH: New site check
From: Brian
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 16:32:09 +0100

> >This Flash can be addicting, can't it? :-)
> >
> >Check out my latest:
> >
> >http://www.angelfire.com/fl2/troopten/FLASH.html
> >
> >Commentary invited.
> >
> >-Brian Matthews
> Hi Brian
> The page loaded about 1 minute with 56kb modem here from Finland.
> It jammed after loading Calendar and Miscellania buttons ( 30 sec.) but
after that it worked just fine.
> I liked the colors,but maybe little bigger font size would be nice.
> Overall very nice pages, with decent amount of animation.

Thank you, Markku.
You mentioned that little skip when those buttons came in... I've noted
that, too, and I suspect that I have my preloader configured wrong, or Flash
simply doesn't like all those bitmaps appearing at the same time - which
could it be, folks? My preloader is set to wait for the final frame of the
opening Scene to load, and during the preload section at the beginning I
have all the bitmaps hidden so that they'll load first, but it still
hiccups. This also happens on another project.
Any ideas? I've looked at preloader tutes, but I'm not sure I'm doing these

-Brian Matthews

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