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 Post subject: Motion JPEG avatars
PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 10:05 pm 
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Those motion avatars are starting to make me go bug-eyed reading this forum. :shock:
Am I the only one finding these avatars distracting? :roll:


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I might have to make it a policy of no animated avatars. You dont mind switching your avatar or making it a still do you?


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 Post subject: Re: Motion JPEG avatars
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ETA wrote:
Those motion avatars are starting to make me go bug-eyed reading this forum. :shock:
Am I the only one finding these avatars distracting? :roll:


No, you're not. Nothing to be done about it though. Complaining only makes them worse.

Besides you know you want one too but are just too lazy to make or find one that suits you. :wink:


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Animation avatar is ok for me. I am just thinking, how did u guys upload those things? I thought they are obviously larger than 100X100?


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 Post subject: Re: Motion JPEG avatars
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ETA wrote:
Those motion avatars are starting to make me go bug-eyed reading this forum. :shock:
Am I the only one finding these avatars distracting? :roll:


No, you're not. Nothing to be done about it though. Complaining only makes them worse.

Besides you know you want one too but are just too lazy to make or find one that suits you. :wink:


Well, if you can beat them, join them. :P :twisted:
Figure out how to make one of these motion GIFs. Here is my first attempt at making one that will make you throw-up if you stare at it too long. :shock: I'll take it down soon. :oops:


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 9:12 am 
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you made me do it... any animated avatars i see will be removed.

I'm gonna start making a rule list as I see the need.

Rule number 1 - no animated avatars. Animated avatars will be removed. Repeat offender will lose the ability to have an avatar.


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Thanks but too late...my migraine has already set in......


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i dont find any problem with motin avatars it makes them more fun :(

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I think it depends on the animation, the one that ETA had was absolutely blinding and irritating....you did that on purpose to prove your point eh????


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 4:25 pm 
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Me bad. Sorry guys. :oops:
Some minor animation I don't mind.


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