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indi
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Posted: 6th Nov 2002 04:12
Cranked out my first collapsable menu system for a job im on.

http://www.lunarpixel.com/crighton/menu_system.htm

What do u reckon?
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Puffy
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Posted: 6th Nov 2002 04:42
its nice =D ... beats the hell outta mine... www.puffinteractive.com...

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Posted: 6th Nov 2002 04:52
Pretty Cool I'm for start a homepage a long ago, but I'm not in a mod for it :S But really nice indi

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rapscaLLion
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Posted: 6th Nov 2002 05:00
it's "pretty darn good"

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indi
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Posted: 6th Nov 2002 08:29
hey thanks guys, I gotta move it tho as im building the page also.
cheers

http://www.lunarpixel.com/crighton/

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Incandescant
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Posted: 6th Nov 2002 11:46
Sweet website!!

System: Athlon TBird 800Mhz, 320MB RAM, GeForce 2MX440, DX8.1
Shadow Robert
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Posted: 6th Nov 2002 17:02
nice
kinda wish somedays there were more webdesigners like you - some sites i've been on have been just terrible... kinda like how FMTau's is shaping up thou.

Have a template version right now at the home addy, probably be getting a bit more art for it done soon ... last week Martyn's been sorting out software for the server which hopfully will be up and running - which'll make me a happy bunni

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indi
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 02:24
thanks all I got 10 hours left to complete it

Its a good site Veg I dont mind the vertical pulldown menus
once u add more it will look more filled out.

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Puffy
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 03:51
hey indi maybe when your done... you can make a website for me >=)... heh mine isnt great...

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Martyn Pittuck
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 09:32
Yup, Server KILL

APACHE
PHP
MYSQL
SMTP
FTP

How hard can it be?????

Harder than you think, then i gotta set it all up!!!

Well, i got some paracetamol ready, and some very load music

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I went outside once and my FPS rate dropped to 5.
indi
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 09:59
Sorry puff this is a work related project if u have some money to throw down, u can have this type of site also but its not cheap and Im sorry $5 allowance over 20 years might not be a good plan

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 10:59
hehee... is that US Dollar or Aussie Dollar?
cause i mean a few hundred Aussie isnt alot here, or is that just for me -

plan to make up all the filler over the next few days, news system is probably ready for implimentation - no, Martyn?

wanna redesign the menu buttons a little, make it look more like a Windows Menu but from the Top ala Amiga Stylee.
The whole graphics are to get a nice make over, made softer i have the template just gonna take time - something i keep running short of
But kinda like whats been made so far Martyn's doing a good job.

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indi
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 11:31
The aussie dollar is about half the american dollar usually.
It makes .com purchases a little expensive but sometimes its worth it.

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Martyn Pittuck
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 15:34
hehe, i just need to work on thee news system.

I had some problems with the news numbering. But never fear, some more work and it will do it's job

(it can be implimented as soon as the servers are up )

Got a FAQ system done too, can have one for each program.

But that comes when the servers are up too

The Outside is a evil place to be, too much light, too much noise and too many distractions....
I went outside once and my FPS rate dropped to 5.
Martyn Pittuck
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 15:39
Thanks Indi.

Although i am not usually a designer (more a PHP programmer), i am having fun (??) doing this project.

The Outside is a evil place to be, too much light, too much noise and too many distractions....
I went outside once and my FPS rate dropped to 5.
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Posted: 7th Nov 2002 21:15
http://www.xe.com a free currency converter

This has "Fiasco" written all over it.
Shadow Robert
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Posted: 8th Nov 2002 06:19
yeah ... Aussie Dollar is like Canadian - against the pound is just a joke thou.
here something interesting to note,
did anyone know that the amounts people earn compared to how much they spend is generally the same for the US/UK
most other countries have it a bit higher.

i mean it is stupid how the peeps in the UK are charged more, because rather than converting companies simply sell at the same price... so $30 US and £30 UK
but as our snotty nosed teens seem to be both on the same kinda pay per hour and the relatively same hours - technically i can't see the problem.
Probably good to think though - for every person who purchases a copy of a game made outside of the UK that is the equvilant of 2(or more) people buying it in the native country ... profit wise of course.

i know its got nothing to do with this topic at all, but all this talk about money kinda got me thinkin about it for a sec.
ya know all that aside, it is still FAR cheaper to buy PC hardware in the UK - even with converting my USD, GeForce4 Ti 680 DRR2 128Mb AGP 8x £250 ... i took a look at the US price recently, and just laughed cause it just takes the pee, i could get a fully equipped system with a pretty beefy processor for what most places are asking for it!
Also AMD processors, man i swear AlthonXP 2100+ 2Ghz processor £90 - you still talking around $220-250 here

and just incase anyone is interested ...
US Dollar -> Sterling Pound = 0.45
Sterling Pound -> USD = 1.70

don't really need calculators for it, i mean the transfer is just the market offset compaired to other countries - and you just times that figure by what you have to get what its worth abroad
don't really need a fancy calc for it ... i mean if you can't do it in your head or on paper you need to brush up on ya math

Anata aru kowagaru no watashi!
indi
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Posted: 8th Nov 2002 09:44
the best thing is when u get paid by an american company in US dollars x2
and UK x3

I may not get to see all the latest things as they come out but we get filtered down products in time.

I was in town when they flew a chopper with a massive camera bubble through a city street between the buildings for the new matrix movies tho

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Posted: 8th Nov 2002 17:50
sweet
i used to live about 5mins from Leavesdon Studios (used to be called RollsRoyce Leavesdon Airport ) got kept up most nite by helicopters shooting scenes from Bond and got to see quite a bit from SW Episode 1, saw them pushing that large tank thing around once ... its like you look in the movie and theres like 100 of them, but they only had one onscene which i think it was JarJar rans from - it was someone in a silly costume anyways

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indi
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Posted: 8th Nov 2002 18:08
hehe cool

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Posted: 9th Nov 2002 01:04
=D i make far over 5 dollars a month =P... ill have stevil hunt you down...

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Posted: 9th Nov 2002 02:20
not stevil nooooooooooooooo!

hehe

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Posted: 9th Nov 2002 08:55
=D yes stevil... the vicous mellow internet friend reffered to as yourdarls that i have known for i think 3 years now... he says that when you both have time hes gonna visit you... O_O ill tell him to give you a hug and a bullet for me... and maybe some lovin but thats all on his terms

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Posted: 9th Nov 2002 09:03
haha love n bullets

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Posted: 9th Nov 2002 19:13
O_O LAMAA LAMAA LAMAA

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