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Old 2008-02-12, 19:24   #56
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Hum...In I.E. 3.6 and 3.7, hitting 'stop' stops them cold. No movement at all. Even the little emoticons don't move. It works well.
Wait a minute...you said IE 3.6 and 3.7? Do those even render pages correctly, considering their age? I'm guessing you meant to say IE 6 and IE 7--IE 3 is more than 10 years old, probably Windows 95-era.

I guess that's just what IE does, then--no matter how many times I click stop, the emoticons still keep on moving on my post composition page. However, if I highlight all the emoticons, right click on them, and choose "remove selection", then they all just go away quick and easily, thanks to the Nuke Anything extension I mentioned earlier.

I wonder if there's an extension out there that lets you add a simple button to the toolbar in Firefox that will halt the motion of animated GIF's, like the stop button does in IE?
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Old 2008-02-12, 20:02   #57
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I wonder if there's an extension out there that lets you add a simple button to the toolbar in Firefox that will halt the motion of animated GIF's, like the stop button does in IE?
It's called the escape button...in FF press Esc and all animated pics will stop.

Try it on him.
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Old 2008-02-12, 20:05   #58
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It's called the escape button...in FF press Esc and all animated pics will stop.

Try it on him.
Aha, works great! Thanks for the tip!
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Old 2008-02-12, 20:27   #59
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Aha, works great! Thanks for the tip!
psssssst. don't tell (so we got a light advantage for the next race against Free-DC)

ESC works in IE too!
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Old 2008-02-12, 20:42   #60
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psssssst. don't tell (so we got a light advantage for the next race against Free-DC)

ESC works in IE too!
Hmm...that gives me an idea. ;-)

Some delightful delicacies for the Free-DC crunching machines to eat!

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Wait a minute...you said IE 3.6 and 3.7? Do those even render pages correctly, considering their age? I'm guessing you meant to say IE 6 and IE 7--IE 3 is more than 10 years old, probably Windows 95-era.



Yes I.E. 6 and 7. Duh.
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Old 2008-02-12, 20:45   #62
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Hum, didn't know escape worked but it does. Hitting either stop or escape works for both I.E. 6 and 7 on my home and work machines.
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261.4-261.6 complete. No new primes.

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321.6-322.6 and 324.2-326.0 completed by LLRnet. lresults for both are attached.

(Note: I had to rename the .zip file to .zip.pdf since otherwise it would be bigger than the attachment size limit for zip files. Just remove the .pdf and you'll be all set.)
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range 326.0 - 326.8 complete, 1 prime reported
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Old 2008-02-14, 09:48   #66
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263.2 - 263.4 complete, no prime
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