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Thread: Cleaned up Smiles




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    I've just cleaned up the smiles removing the ones people don't often use - You'll also notice you no longer have to bring up a new window to display all the smiles.

    Cheers
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
    Managing Director
    Tweak Town Pty Ltd

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    good to see.. you forgot to get rid of this one though - :kay: that's useless...

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    The smilies are on drugs
    or something.

    That, or its just something to do with mozilla. the animation cycle is played at warp speed.

    i dont like the look of this one very much at all.
    :devil win

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    That's the prob with IE.. it doesn't use the proper framerate for some of the smilies... :(

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    Well all I can say is, :thumb: :devil: :smokin: :cheers:

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    frame rate looks fine in my IE (v6)

    :bounce: :cheers:

    oddly enough, as soon as i click on one to put it in a post, ALL the animations stop (been happening on other boards too though)
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    yeah, that happens with the stopping smiley thing. what i'm talking about is a test I did a while ago.. I got one of the smileys from here, halved the frame length, so it should have been twice as quick.. put them side by side in a html page and looked at them in IE.. they both ran at the same speed, which was slower that either of them should have been....

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    ahh i c

    if you want to edit the gif's then what you need to do is insert a blank after each frame, then copy the previous frame's contents into the new space - that will sow it down by 50%

    other options (if you use certian gif animation creation software) will allow you to change the actual speed of the animation before you save it

    ....


    anyone got a job for a helpdesk/desktop/phone/LAN-WAN admin/html monkey?

    i just lost my job today due to "restructuring"
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    Umm.. i know how to do it.. like I said, I had done it. I changed the length of time that each frame was displayed for.... I watched the animations in the editing program and they were so much faster. IE must put a frame speed limit on them or something....

    sorry to hear about the job thing.. want mine? :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    good to see.. you forgot to get rid of this one though - :kay: that's useless...
    There is nothing wrong with my smilie Beefy,,,,, you are just jealous so stop spitting the

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