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View Poll Results: What do you think about the intro?
Better than nothing 6 46.15%
Better luck next time Smilie 4 30.77%
Go for it!! 3 23.08%
Gezzze, really bad #$*! 0 0%
Voters: 13. This poll is closed

 
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# 15  
Old 11-15-2002
Is there a reason that it opens a new page or is that the nature of swish?

I am not sure I like having to close my other page. Might just be laziness on my part.

Smilie
# 16  
Old 11-15-2002
That is just the way it is.. you get what you pay for and like they say in IETF, if you can do better or want a new feature, please start coding Smilie

I will send the current UNIX.COM SWiSH file to people who wants to put some time into it.

Check out:

www.2advanced.com

I like these folks and their Flash talent....... and would like to have a default forum with a similar (but different) look and feel Smilie These cost about $20,000 +++ USD to build Smilie and if anyone wants to hire 2Advanced for $30,000 to build UNIX.COM forums, please feel free.
# 17  
Old 11-15-2002
Search is spelled "Seach" on the intro

just thought id let you know
# 18  
Old 11-15-2002
Thanks.... fixed (again!)......
# 19  
Old 11-16-2002
BTW: If anyone wants to try their hand at a different flash intro, please feel free to post your artistic work !

The latest monster:

https://www.unix.com/start.html

# 20  
Old 11-18-2002
Hammer & Screwdriver where can i send it?

Im a new member and has some "talent" on graphics.. i can do flash very well (hope people dont mind if i pamper myself a bit).. probably a new design concept on your introSmilie
ERWIN
# 21  
Old 11-18-2002
ERWIN,

Thanks for the offer to help.

We will send a private email to you..... thanks. -Neo

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