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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash Millennium Clock AND...
From: Brian
Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 19:43:56 +0100


> Don't forget though, the new millennium starts Jan. 1 2001
> The Jan 1 2000 date is total BS
> Here's proof:
> http://www.usno.navy.mil/millennium/whenIs.html

Great link, Danny!

I can't believe all the people who insist that the new millenium starts next
year, or that it's OK to think of it that way.


The educational system in this country is bad enough without confusing
people by not sticking to facts.

Now, of course, being a caricature artist this New Years - if people want to
be idiots and pay me my exorbitant hourly Millenium fee this year as opposed
to next year, hey I'm all for it! I'll probably get it next year, too, I
don't work. *SNARK*SNARK*SNARK*!

But anyway, I do have a Flash question:
When I'm using the Brush tool, I find that it acts erratically (and maybe
this again has something to do with the Wacom tablet problem, I don't know);
but when I'm trying to color in an area (such as with the Paint Inside
option chosen), certain places I just colored will disappear, and others
won't, and sometimes it seems as if it has something to do with which
direction I was going in, or how big of an area I colored. Has anybody any
thoughts on this? Am I misunderstanding what this option does with this

-Brian Matthews

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