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To Kevin and Kelly

To Kevin,

>The first images from the fly-by recon mission are in
>planet I is definetly a water world, and may have life.

Nice done, I always thought that cgi-scripts where the only way to produce
inline moving images. I did know that gif-animations existed, but had never
seen one. Now that I started digging in the many imagetools I have, I see
that I even don't have a working GIF-animation player.
Did you find that software "The GIF construction set" on the web? I'm
interested in having that tool too.
I think that MPEG movies will be a bit smaller, but of course they aren't
inline-movies (yet).

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To Kelly,

>Seriously, I'm playing web cutting games too.  I worked up graphical maps
>for tables of contents of my docs, but I don't have support software here
>to test it, and don't know what Dave has on his machine. (HELLO DAVE, ARE
>Well if nothing else it looks cool.  I'll upload it as probably
>non-functional and hope for the best.

I've a new site, (I can't login to the old one). Unfortunately it is only
750kb large, which means that only 250kb was left after I installed my
complete web-site (including the Calc-page of 250kb).
Anyway, it seems that that site allows image-maps, maybe I can test the
image maps there.

If it's not too large, I can locate the images there for a while, so that
you can link it back to your page.