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    Originally posted by drew_hytt
    dxh-studios v3 is now up, fully designed with km 4.4.4, check it out!

    www.dxh-studios.com
    Looks great Drew !

    But just to inform you, it looks great using IE. When browsing with FireFox 0.9.1 like I normally do, the page layout was wrong. As a result of that the flash movies became so small that the text was almost unreadable.

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    Originally posted by w.brants
    Looks great Drew !

    But just to inform you, it looks great using IE. When browsing with FireFox 0.9.1 like I normally do, the page layout was wrong. As a result of that the flash movies became so small that the text was almost unreadable.
    yes, that’s why the site requirements say best viewed with internet explorer 6.0. Other problems like that will occur in a mozilla browser as well.

    But thanks in having interest in the new dxh v3 interface.
    drew-\\dxh-studios.com\\

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    Hi,

    I work in a primary school, and last term I did a maths game for the children (key stage 2, age 7-9ish) which you can see here:

    http://www.geocities.com/t_clist/circlon.html

    It's a bit rough around the edges, and my lack of actionscript competence means the player has to keep a manual score, but the children like it.

    All feedback welcome, especially from anyone under 12!

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    Originally posted by panda_t
    Hi,

    I work in a primary school, and last term I did a maths game for the children (key stage 2, age 7-9ish) which you can see here:

    http://www.geocities.com/t_clist/circlon.html

    It's a bit rough around the edges, and my lack of actionscript competence means the player has to keep a manual score, but the children like it.

    All feedback welcome, especially from anyone under 12!
    Seems to me that keeping score is not that hard if you make the answer a variable.
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    I have tinkered with actionscript a bit (and made rudimentary .fun things) but I couldn't get it to work reliably (I'm not sure of things like spacing and where line breaks go even having read tutorials). So I probably will go back to it, but recently I just wanted to spend my time on making content.

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    Oh, go on, someone give me some feedback. Please?

    It features a man in a banana costume

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    Originally posted by panda_t
    Oh, go on, someone give me some feedback. Please?

    It features a man in a banana costume
    Well I'm over 12, LOL, but I found it nice and interesting. Keep up the good work.

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    Thank-you O Great One!

    Always good for the ego, praise

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    new 3dfrog

    Hi folks,

    I am redesigning my website with koolmoves. I am not done yet but would like some feedback and suggestions on how it's coming. I am very new to koolmoves so I need all the help I can get. Someone is sending me a book on action scripting so maybe I will have more cool stuff on the page later.

    Please check it out:

    http://3dfrog.com/wips/km/froggy.html

    I hope you like it. Nothing spectacular yet.

    You can compare it to how my current html page is by going to www.3dfrog.com

    Thanks
    Dennis Borruso

    www.penguinfrog.com

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    Looking good so far Dennis.

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    new site is getting there

    thanks to certain folks here I'm starting to get the hang of KM and the site is starting to take shape

    http://bretlanius.com/flash/movie1.html
    Last edited by blanius; 10-05-2004 at 09:42 PM.

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    Looking good Bret!

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    Re: new site is getting there

    Originally posted by blanius
    thanks to certain folks here I'm starting to get the hang of KM and the site is starting to take shape

    http://bretlanius.com/flash/movie1.html
    I like it. Please post again when its finished.
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    Another Site

    Hello all,

    I have returned to using KM after a long time.

    I have just completed this site for a client, http://www.helsinkibar.co.uk

    I'm currently working on my portfolio in KM.

    Hope you all like it.

    Nikesh

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    Nice I love the way the vector graphics sort of slide together.

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    It's nearly ready now. Comments please.

    Note the video is still being encoded with trial version of Flix and the photo, and interactive examples are not ready yet but everything else pretty much is working.
    http://bretlanius.com/tmp/movie1.html

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    Originally posted by blanius
    It's nearly ready now. Comments please.

    Note the video is still being encoded with trial version of Flix and the photo, and interactive examples are not ready yet but everything else pretty much is working.
    http://bretlanius.com/tmp/movie1.html
    Looks great Bret! When we'll we see some of your film work?

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    Originally posted by blanius
    It's nearly ready now. Comments please.

    Note the video is still being encoded with trial version of Flix and the photo, and interactive examples are not ready yet but everything else pretty much is working.
    http://bretlanius.com/tmp/movie1.html
    Looked at this morning on a 56k modem. liked the bouncing ball. When I clicked on the "cine", there was an x thru the video. And did you make the player or is this the Flix that you were talking about? The pics all come in crystal clear. I was wondering if you took all the pics. Nice site!!!
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    how was the loading time on 56k?

    It's all modular so should load pretty well. The video has the X because I haven't registered Flix yet, still deciding on that.

    You can see my film work now on the old site but as soon as I get the kinks out of the new site I'll register Flix and start encoding the video clips.

    Thanks for the feedback.

    (the streaming video player was done by my brother using Flash MX 2004 everything else is KM)

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    I have just recently discovered this resource for flash, and koolmoves in particular.... I am still trying to figure the program out, but did use it to create the website at:

    http://www.point19.net

    I know that there are some bugs, but would like assistance with finding them and rectifying them.

    Thanks,
    smblkc

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