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    what do you think of this background interface.

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    Thanks for posting that in here.

    The background looks like some kind of digital tye-dye. kind of interesting.

    You'll need to increase the quality setting if it's a jpg out of Photoshop, becuase it looks a bit gritty.
    You can easily rebuild all the grey graphics in Flash, and do away with using a full image out of Photoshop.

    Looks like it will be interesting, but a warning: Many people are tiring of 45 degree angles, and you've got quite a few of them. But do what you want to do, and have fun doing it. That's what it's all about.

    Take Care,

    mg33

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    totally agree with mg..bout the 45 degree angles...im tired of them myself!
    the tie and dye effect is cool.
    if it's a personal site...then, why dont you think of some new name...Flash machine is kinda common now.

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    Originally posted by DivyaTopa
    totally agree with mg..bout the 45 degree angles...im tired of them myself!
    the tie and dye effect is cool.
    if it's a personal site...then, why dont you think of some new name...Flash machine is kinda common now.

    oops!
    sorry! didnt realize...flashmachine is also your name.

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    I'm with MG33 as well. Also work on adding some depth into it - shadowing, etc. It looks so flat. One way to help fix that too would be to thin out some of the grey layers.

    -A02

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    you could make a phat retro site though

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