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Tags flashing and turning black   Technical Issues/Bugs

Started Sep-20 by OLTLfan; 954 views.
Kid (Kidmagnet)

From: Kid (Kidmagnet)

Sep-20

that worked fine - see how it flashes in the post but when you click on it - it does not.

The real size of it is CatherineLC.gif (GIF Image, 349 × 338 pixels)

But when you insert it from your computer to the post it is resized  CatherineLC.gif (GIF Image, 309 × 299 pixels)

I uploaded it to my files - you are welcome to use it. Just save this web address http://people.delphiforums.com/Kidmagnet/Catherine%20C/CatherineLC.gif  

You can copy and paste it into the Insert Image field choosing From the Web

OLTLfan

From: OLTLfan

Sep-21

Thank you very much; I appreciate that.  

Take care,

Catherine

Kid (Kidmagnet)

From: Kid (Kidmagnet)

Sep-21

You are very welcome. 

Kid (Kidmagnet)

From: Kid (Kidmagnet)

Sep-21

If there is not a reason for her to leave it, can I ask Catherine to remove her images (I'm sure she'd like the space back for the attachment and the flashing is SUPER annoying if you happen to scroll by)

gunter

From: gunter

Sep-21

Don't think it's needed, it shows what is happening, explains things for others, and the annoyance is only fleeting.

RevDave (DAVEURWIN)

From: RevDave (DAVEURWIN)

Sep-21

With all due respect, those flickering images ought to be removed ASAP. You may or may not remember a recent case where someone sent one in a tweet to a journalist known to suffer from epilepsy – it worked as desired, it caused a seizure, but fortunately his wife was around and so he's still alive. EDITED TO ADD: I'm obviously not accusing the original poster of doing this deliberately, clearly they didn't, but should one of those flashing images cause someone problems, it doesn't matter whether it's deliberate or not.

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/why-do-flashing-images-cause-seizures-180961504/

gunter

From: gunter

Sep-21

The flashing needs to be at a certain rate, but you may be right.

RevDave (DAVEURWIN)

From: RevDave (DAVEURWIN)

Sep-21

Just thinking better safe than sorry.
Kid (Kidmagnet)

From: Kid (Kidmagnet)

Sep-21

Hi Catherine - would you mind removing the embedded and attached images from your posts here

http://forums.delphiforums.com/service/messages?msg=53412.5

http://forums.delphiforums.com/service/messages?msg=53412.7

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