__/ [Alex Chernavsky] on Tuesday 11 October 2005 06:26 \__
> I'm experimenting with a package called "Thumbs" that creates on-line
> slideshows. The advantage of Thumbs is that images are automatically
> resized on the fly, depending on the size of the visitor's browser window.
> It seems to work on my computer (Win 98, IE 6). I'd like to know whether
> anyone has problems with it. Here's the link:
> Only the first 20 images are captioned -- I haven't finished the rest.
> Thank you for considering this request.
It works gracefully under Firefox, Mozilla and Konqueror atop Linux. I would
also like to point out the slideshow features of the PHP-based Gallery (no
on-the-fly resizing though) and S5 for slideshows containing text that is
resized to fit the browser window.
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