More flash slideshow tests

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  1. Rhys

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    That carousel is certainly a neat effect, but I spent all of my time playing with it and none looking at your pictures. lol
     
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    RyanLilly No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The carousel makes me dizzy, not a big fan of it. The second one is OK, but I prefer simpler transitions like clean cuts, or cross dissolves. The third was just a little choppy loading the first time around, but could just be my connection.
     
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    How does a straightforward gallery thumbnailer sound where you have a web page with thumbnails and you click the thumbnails to bring up an image? That seems to me to be a ton better than those horribly slow flash thingummys.
     
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    Straight forward is the way to go in my opinion.

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    Oddly enough it's easier, faster loading and better but less stylish. Looks like photographers have fallen for the web designers' con tricks.
     

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