Ed Pettibone wrote:Go to http://www.abc-usa.org/biennialFlashPage.htm
Haruo wrote:Ed Pettibone wrote:Go to http://www.abc-usa.org/biennialFlashPage.htm
I did, and read it, but "the following pictures" never materialized. And when I clicked on the link to the movie I was told that Quicktime was missing certain components to perform the action, and that unfortunately these were not available on the Quicktime server (put it didn't say what the items were). So no movie showed although the little progress bar at the bottom of the empty screen moved dutifully rightward. Then I tried installing the latest FlashPlayer, and had no problem installing it, but still no pix.
Oh well. I'll try later from a more intelligent box.
Timothy Bonney wrote:Yes, they need to work on that. I can't imagine a page that only works with Safari and IE. Geez.
But, the pictures are good. And the video is good.
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