Woah... I thought I went to the wrong site at first...
what do you guys think of the new header
"Physics" looks puny. Everything else is nice.
I think it is very attractive and a definite improvement.
I love it!
Here is a banner ad I'm working on too, you might see it on other science sites soon
The new banner is off the hook! GREAT JOB!!
I love it!!! So much fresher looking than the old banner. And even though it moves, it's not at a frenetic pace, so it isn't distracting. Same for the PF banner ad. Clean and simple and just enough motion to catch your attention without making you motionsick or inducing epilepsy.
I love it too...but picked "like it" just to provide incentive of improvement. I shouldn't have said that now, should I ?
One more poll response: "Goddamned nuisance." Link the user profiles to a "no" response to the "download macromedia flash" query. Punching "no" every time I take a navigation step is gonna get real tired real fast.
Despite the loss of Albert its very cool indeed. The ad one should stand above the mass as well.
Does the alert box not have something like a "Don't ask me again" option?
looks cool, but how did you know in advance? I kinda miss Einstein!
Very nice work, Do you use just MX for your flash?
Nope. Nuttin' in "options," nor in "user control panel." A steenking nuisance.
I don't understand, you don't want to install flash?
Good Improve, but you must add a transition with Einstein! :tounge:
Universal design standards for web pages and the problem of Flash animations
Some people are http://220.127.116.11/search?q=cache:daE5eJrmfuMJ:www.kidsource.com/kidsource/content2/add.html+%22attention+deficit+disorder%22+%22easily+distracted%22&hl=en [Broken]. I am one of those people, so (long ago) I turned off all animation in Internet Explorer (my main browser sofware) and also uninstalled Flash (since that is only way to turn its animations off). I did not know that your new logo banner was in Flash until it was pointed out in this thread. Up until then, I had figured the PF banner server was broken.
Since I do have Flash enabled in my back-up browser software, Opera, I am able to switch to that on the fly to selectively view flash animations. Just now, I viewed your new Flash banner for the first time.
You can find some tips here...
...on making webpages accessible to people with disabilities. You might make profitable note, in particular, of this tip:
Thank you for your attention.
Absolutely do not --- I've got enough software conflicts to referee among programs that actually do something.
Flash has become a standard, resistance is futile
What kind of conflicts are you running into, I've never known any.
"Standard?" (Hell --- now the smileys won't work) "Standard" in computer science is people tinkering with working software until it's no longer useful --- then the IPO and retirement --- or turning into m-soft. Truth be told, Greg, this is the first time I've run into a site that demands flash --- prolly not that standard.
Conflicts? Anything that takes over a browser as aggressively as the "yes/no/help/"always trust this software" " window hooked on your header isn't going to get the chance --- you, I trust --- the software "industry?" Dream on.
Maybe you can reserve this as one of the cash membership "perks."
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