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    Senior Member Elroy's Avatar
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    I've been spending quite some time on this Flash site.
    But need some advise on the use of graphic... Please...


    Volleyball Website


    **Don't have a guestbook there yet, not until I'm free (Feb 04).

    **Seems like most people here don't like Flash... :alien:
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    Senior Member billysielu's Avatar
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    why do you have an enter site page ?

    it popped up in a new window, if i had a different popup blocker i wouldnt have even seen it.

    more contrast would be nice, just for those slightly blindish people.

    why cant you scroll text up and down like regular people ?

    when i want the menu i'd like to be able to see the whole thing without having to put my mouse over each thing.

    just moving my mouse around the site causes the text to scroll, ew!

    yeh just a few minor things to change, good first design.

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    Senior Member Elroy's Avatar
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    Thanks. I'll fixed them asap though.

    One major problem:
    "just moving my mouse around the site causes the text to scroll, ew!"

    I do find that when I first design it. But it's like a Flash bug, I'm still looking for a way to fix it...
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    I don't like the scrolling text. Also you can't read it all, you have to scroll to read it all.

    The menu is ridiculous, I didn't even know what I had to do to find the links to begin with.

    You have two splash screens. One - 'enter site', and the other where you have to click on the volleyball. Remove them both is my idea, or if you want the first one, put a tex description of your site on there.

    The volleyball gets in the way of the 'chat' link.

    Just my 2 Cents, hope you're not offended.
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    Senior Member Elroy's Avatar
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    Here's a problem, it supposes to automatically popup the main site. But it doesn't now...
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    It did for me but my pop-up blocker blocked it .
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    Senior Member Elroy's Avatar
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    Thanks. Good to know that it still popup...

    Apparently the reason I popup another page for main site is because I don't want people to have access to "right click" and source location... (maybe a bit silly, but here you go)

    And I've seen company website doing this (popup thing) before, so I tried...
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    You have nothing to protect in your source. I would make this site open in the regular window, because the whole site is flash, so the source code is a small HTML document with an embed tag, no?

    The same can be said for loading the first page in a one frame frameset. Users can still see your sourcecode, so ditch the frame. It's just confusing.

    As for the flash site, I'm not a fan of it. There are weird lines everywhere, too much movement, and music. I listen to my own music while surfing the web, so I dont like it when sites force their own music on me.

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    Senior Member Elroy's Avatar
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    You can turn off the music by clicking the little speaker icon... (need to add words on the page, don't I)...

    Yea, the source is just HTML.... I don't know, just worrying... people do have swf decoder and that makes it possible to decode the flash... well... I guess they're good enough to find out the file location anyway... maybe it's really not necessary to popup a page after all...
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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    I don't think you're at a huge risk to have your swf decoded, but if someone wants to decode it, you really can't stop them. I don't know how to decode an swf, but I found the url of your flash file in 2 minutes.


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