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PostPosted: Sat Mar 26, 2011 12:40 pm 
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 26, 2011 4:56 pm 
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I don't get what its supposed to be. If I push the view replay button nothing happens.


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hunter1801 wrote:
I don't get what its supposed to be. If I push the view replay button nothing happens.


See the "Click and drag" button? Literally click there and whilst the mouse button is down drag it to draw.

It's quite clever.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2011 3:00 am 
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hunter1801 wrote:
I don't get what its supposed to be. If I push the view replay button nothing happens.


It doesn't work under IE. Programmers decided to take the easy way out and exclude most PC users. PDT_Armataz_01_02

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fussnfeathers wrote:
hunter1801 wrote:
I don't get what its supposed to be. If I push the view replay button nothing happens.


It doesn't work under IE. Programmers decided to take the easy way out and exclude most PC users. PDT_Armataz_01_02


I know the programmers themselves say it won't work, but it's not entirely true. It works fine on IE9.


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We're sorry, but Silk is not supported in Internet Explorer due to its lack of support for modern web standards. The technology needed to run Silk in the browser is not present in IE.
Please try another browser, such as Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.


Self-explanatory! Works fine with FF. Every time and place you click the mouse after the drag, a new color and streamer appear.

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Yep, works on IE9 fine. I just wonder how much longer we're going to have programmers that refuse to accomodate all browsers. That's one of the most important things I have to learn for my degree, is cross-platform consistency.

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I just don't get why people even still use IE.


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hunter1801 wrote:
I don't get what its supposed to be. If I push the view replay button nothing happens.


That's why people still use IE. Cross platform usage, site programmers are still, STILL programming for one browser or the other. Some work in FF, some work in IE, but there's a whole lot that don't work in both.

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I wonder why the browsers are still not capable of handling all code that is thrown at them... There's standards and some exceptions to the rule, some proprietary stuff, yes, understood, make a plug-in for that...

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