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December 14, 2006, 5:55 pm
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Re: Animated gif
The animation is a 6 frames one, and it is looped only 17 times. After
that, the motion ceases. I downloaded the animation to my computer,
took it to AnimationFactory, and changed it to loop an infinite number
of times. You may copy it from
http://www.cwdjr.net/picmisc/babbonatale2.gif. This likely will clear
up your problem.
At one time, IE supported marquee that you use to move this animation
and a message, and most other browsers did not. However, in checking
your page, I find that the most recent versions of Opera, Firefox,
Mozilla, Netscape, and Seamonkey are all now supporting marquee,
including yours. The old Netscape 4.8, of course, did not support the
marquee. wonder how recently the Mozilla family browsers added marquee
support. I suspect some in this group are thrilled that marquee is now
so widely supported :-).
Re: Animated gif
I just checked your web page, and the animation now is working
perfectly on the most recent versions of IE6, Opera, Firefox, Netscape,
Seamonkey, and Mozilla I am using a Microsoft XP OS. I have much
memory, since I work a lot with videos. Another person who responded
said the page was using 100% of memory resources, but I do not know
what he is using to view the page. Since you are moving a lot of data
around to move both the animation and the marquee that includes the
animation and text, your page may be very demanding on memory
resources, so this might be part of the problem. In addition you have a
snow effect script that works on IE and Opera, but not the other
browsers. When working, this puts even more demand on memory resources
and computing speed. So if your computer is slower than mine, or has
less memory, that might be part of the problem. Even on my system,
about 100% of resources are used on Opera that shows the snow effect.
On Firefox, that does not show the snow effect, Resources used vary
from about 4% to 40% as the marquee moves across the screen. IE uses
only about 12% of resources. You might try removing the snow script and
see what happens.
You write much better English than I write Italian - none, in fact,
except a few wine and food names.