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  1. It's exactly the same as the last 100 times I've been there, which has
    been during the last few years. I don't really know what 'flash' sites
    look like, so I didn't really know what you were talking about, and took
    you at your word. Perhaps they changed it at some point and I didn't
    notice. However, I do remember getting search hits for the last few
    months at least.

    So, you have been whining about this site without having tried it
    recently, calling them and anybody who uses them (that would be me)
    morons. Now, you imply that your failure to do adequate research before
    attacking them is due to some evil plot for free publicity (further
    implying that I'm somehow to blame for this). It's clear you believe
    they tricked you into making a public ass out of yourself.

    Ok, that is good to know. From now on, I'll just assume whatever you say
    is wrong until independently verified. Thanks for the heads up...

    --
    Regards,
    Robert Monsen

    "Your Highness, I have no need of this hypothesis."
    - Pierre Laplace (1749-1827), to Napoleon,
    on why his works on celestial mechanics make no mention of God.
     
  2. Yes, considering that was the one who wrote and maintained somne of
    the test software, and the production floor computers were not part of
    the corporate, or any other network.
     

  3. I generaly close the home page of any website that starts with a
    Flash animation and go elsewhere.
     
  4. Fred Abse

    Fred Abse Guest


    There are two URLs here. One with, one without an "e".


    The one "without" is a straight HTML site and will display in Dillo, which
    has no bells or whistles. Not even frames.

    The one "with" is 99% Flash.


    This may account for the differing experiences of subsequent posters to
    this thread
     
  5. I guess that means I need to take credit for this mess. Sigh. Apologies
    to all concerned. It is

    www.futurlec.com

    No 'e'.

    --
    Regards,
    Robert Monsen

    "Your Highness, I have no need of this hypothesis."
    - Pierre Laplace (1749-1827), to Napoleon,
    on why his works on celestial mechanics make no mention of God.
     
  6. A nice and well functioning site, I wish more companies had so good
    sites. Honors to the web designer at www.futurlec.com and sorry for the
    mistake.
    The one with e is a french site based in Marseille, and the site does not
    seem to be functional at all, as far as I can see. The flash animation
    just sits there and blinks a little, showing some phone numbers in
    Marseille. www.futurelec.com
    Useless flash animation, he could have shown the same phone numbers with
    a 100 byte pure text file.
     
  7. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    I went to the site again.
    I didn't know it existed until you mentioned it.
    I followed YOUR LINK.
    On my return visit the next day (after Googling them),
    it appears they had returned to normal HTML.

    It's just their bad luck to be monkeying with it
    at the same time you were praising them.

    On my box with Mozilla and the FlashBlock plug-in
    a Flash presentation looks like a square with a stylized F in the
    middle.
    On a Flash site, that's all I see.

    Michael and I seem to have had similar experiences with Flash.
    In my years on the Web, I have only seen only 1 Flash presentation
    what I thought was worth the bandwidth:
    A company's HTML page had 6 links, each of which showed
    a colorized line-drawing animation of part of their process.
    Vector graphics is what .SWF does well,
    but few who use Flash are doing that.
    Mostly Flash is someone trying to impress you with how cool he is.
    (Rarely is he cool.)

    Encountering Flash reminds me of when my non-techie friends
    who had recently gotten an Internet connection and had figured out
    email
    wanted to see what the Web was about.
    I was with them when they went to the site of an acquaintance
    where they encountered a link to a video.
    To view it they would have to download and install a VIVO player.

    No thanks. I can do without proprietary formats
    and yet another install every time I try to do something.

    I'm crushed.
     
  8. No, Fred A has pointed out that I typed in an 'e' by mistake. There were
    two links in my message, one of which was typed properly, the other of
    which was typed incorrectly. Thus, which link one clicked on defined
    which side of the argument one was on, and neither side understood what
    the other was talking about.

    The site 'futurelec', with the 'e', uses flash. I dont' know what that
    site is, and don't care to. The component/board prototype one, named
    futurlec, doesn't. Thus, the entire argument is due to my faulty typing
    skills and your heated reaction to seeing (or not seeing, I guess) a
    flash site, which I thought was totally unjustified, because I hadn't
    had any problem with them...

    Somewhat comical. Apologies for starting a war.

    --
    Regards,
    Robert Monsen

    "Your Highness, I have no need of this hypothesis."
    - Pierre Laplace (1749-1827), to Napoleon,
    on why his works on celestial mechanics make no mention of God.
     
  9. fengjianqing

    fengjianqing Guest

    So if everyone interesting for Chinese products just contact with me. We
    can help you.
    Our products include printed circuit boards, inverter, solar charge
    regulator, DC lamp, converter, adapter, etc.
    If you need such products, please contact with me.
    Best regards,
    Feng
     
  10. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  11. Fred Abse

    Fred Abse Guest

    You'd be doing some spotty-faced web "designer" out of his exorbitant fee :)
     
  12. Yeah, probably.
     
  13. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    "Have you ever known what it is to be an orphan?"
    "<sigh> Often."
    "Yes, orphan. Do you know what it is to be one?"
    "I say, often. Often!"
    "I ask if you know what it is to be an orphan, and you're
    simply repeating the word, 'orphan'"
    "I didn't repeat the word 'often'. I only repeated it
    once."
    "Yes, but you repeated it!"
    "BUT NOT OFTEN!"
    ....

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  14. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    If I give you an idea for a billion-dollar seller, do I get a piece
    of the action?

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  15. fengjianqing

    fengjianqing Guest

    NO!
     
  16. fengjianqing

    fengjianqing Guest

    Yes! Sure! If you can give!
     
  17. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Microwave Oven with the Door Hinge at the Operator's Right-Hand Side,
    And Control Panel and Door Opening at the Operator's Left.
    Copyright (c) 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997,
    1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Richard M. Grise.

    Use email but elide ard, leaving nicknamesurname.

    Thanks!
    Rich
     
  18. It is a bit strange if "leftie" versions are not produced already,
    considering that different kitchen layouts may need such versions, and
    there is probably a market for lefthanders.
     
  19. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

    ---
    Please leave a little bit of the message you're replying to in your
    reply so we can see what you're replying to.

    How do you know?

    In the case of the US, have you searched the USPTO's archives for
    possible infringement from each of your products for at least
    seventeen years prior to the date you announced that that product was
    available?
     
  20. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

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