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Old 09-27-2005, 08:56 PM   #1
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Sarnia, Canada
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I'd appreciate any comments on my new site. It is a Flash application to provide bus schedules for the local bus line (only one route courrently available). Comments on user interface and navigation especially appreciated, along with general comments about the application.

(I hope KT finds the type sizes acceptable. I bumped them up once already knowing she finds smaller type difficult on her system. By the way, the application will grow as large as the window it appears in, so if you normally don't max out your browser, you might want to take a look at it that way).

If you guys only knew how long this took me to figure out. It was working fine on my local server on Thursday and Friday, and I posted it only to find that it broke horribly. It took me until tonight to figure out what the problem was.

Needless to say, if anyone here needs any help getting a php/mySql/Flash application running, I can help. (If there is already someone here who knows how, I will bash my head against my monitor, for not having asked for help).

Don McCahill

ps: I guess I better add the address, which is http://www.whilo.com/bus/
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