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3rd July 2002, 07:47
I've pretty much finished the third in my Three Colours trilogy of skins ("White"). Could someone please bug test it for me (and offer feedback)?
I don't have webspace or anything like that, and it won't fit as an attachment, so I'd have to e-mail it to you.
DON'T WRITE YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS VERBATIM HERE. DISGUISE IT! Otherwise, scanners or bots or whatever they're called will pick it up and add it to the list of addresses to send stupid annoying virus e-mails to. So write your address in a way that only a human will understand:
3rd July 2002, 07:52
Spam it all you want :D
3rd July 2002, 07:52
3rd July 2002, 09:12
i think you can better try it at
3rd July 2002, 09:52
I've got webspace, I'll host it for ya, email@example.com
3rd July 2002, 09:58
did u use all of ur 10meg up?
3rd July 2002, 11:53
all I found was this:
in the main WS-mode the minimize and close button screws up
the time and vis area in the main WS-mode are grey, but the text background is white
when streching the MB the URL-area background splits up in grey and white
3rd July 2002, 12:54
J_Bloggs: Thanks for the offer, but hopefully mr. snowflake found all the bugs I missed. :)
Peacemaker: Was that question directed at me? If so: it's not that I've got no webspace, I just never use it. I've never used it, so I wouldn't know how to set it up, and I doubt I'd have the foggiest idea of how to do something as simple as host a skin :D
Señor Snowflake: Thanks heaps, man. It never ceases to amaze me how obvious bugs (like the stretching MB) can totally evade me.
this is a test: ***261;
3rd July 2002, 13:00
its nothing, everybody forgets some things sometimes
Its easy to upload stuff to your webspace dbleja. Just go to the iprumus home page and follow the links.
3rd July 2002, 18:36
I think I tried it once Atmo, and it wouldn't work. I think I found the right links, but it just wasn't happening. Maybe the servers were play up then...
Keep trying. They had some problems a while back but they've been perfect since then.
4th July 2002, 06:43
lycos is kewl to for webspace.
4th July 2002, 06:56
freewebz.com (http://www.freewebz.com) are good, there are no ads (that I know of) and no-one uses them so their reasonably fast. The only downside is you can only upload one file at a time (for free), but you can upload zip files and unzip them. The site name you get is crap, but you can get a .tk (http://www.dot.tk) address for free.
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