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Subject: Re: FLASH: Site Check
From: DataSmith
Date: Sat, 23 Dec 2000 16:10:43 GMT

At 03:52 PM 12/22/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>Could you check the following site for me please?? The three movies are
>too big for my taste, but it's what the client wants.
>
>What do you think of the image quality and do you hear sound? Can you
>let me know what platform and version browser you're running?

Pam -

I agree with you about the size. I viewed it on a PIII-900, 256 RAM, IE
5.5, 56K connection. I must admit that I would not be a frequent visitor,
especially when discovering that I would have to wait through LOADING a
second time after the first wait. My guess is that they will be a fickle
customer and complain about this when the work is completed.

I should also mention that the sound was choppy for me, even though the
sounds are brief. Probably connection speed. Otherwise, the design is
appealing.

Frank


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