comment and criticise my new signature

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comment and criticise my new signature

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yes, skip the filesize once more...
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It's a little 'busy' (lots of movement), but I like the design. :-)
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cute, but HUGE.. 95K's gonna kill dialup users.

Visually, very nice, but it's another one that would probably be best done in flash (smaller filesize) :)
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It's a nice signature and all, but I am going to have to ask you to take it down, simply because as Axe said, it IS huge. The recommended size is 6kb for ozzu, but normally signatures a bit larger then that are allowed; however, your signature is 15x the recommended size, and that is just WAY to big for a signature.

Thanks for your cooperation in this matter.
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ill post the still version of it for my signature. And the reason i don't use flash is because it is not compatible with ps7. in imageready you can take any layer on the picture you want and do what ever you want... and if flash, I dont think you can do that.

Please tell me if you can use psd files in flash.
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what you can do is save for web all your layer images
seperately out of pshop as .png, then reassemble your image in
flash by importing the png images. voila!
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Good idea unflux ;) But time consuming... I would assume...
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Hey I just updated it. Tell me what you think of it now.
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Probably is time consuming, but that's why it produces such good results. To get what you want, you gotta work for it :)
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PluTunium,

You could try saving as a GIF from ImageReady, then going and importing it into Flash, and saving it as a swf from there. That might work.

As for the new one, much easier to read as a static image :)
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b_heyer wrote:
PluTunium,

You could try saving as a GIF from ImageReady, then going and importing it into Flash, and saving it as a swf from there. That might work.

As for the new one, much easier to read as a static image :)


I just tried that and it turned out to be 281 kb :(
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Your best bet then would be to create the static background, then animate the text/moving parts with vector graphics. That should cut down on size (that other sig you had, with the scan lines, is easily done in Flash with Alpha levels.)
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that sounds like a good idea. I will try that on my next sig.

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