I have put together a page where you can find some more toys to use on the V is for Voltage Forum. Here is the page, this page is also linked on the EV DownLoad Library. If any of you have any additional toys please sent them to me @ chas_stevenson [at] yahoo.com and I will add them to the page. Please read the instructions at the top of the page.
BTW the dots may also be used as lines, just change the width command like this;
<img src="http://ilbcnu.org/icon/dot_yellow.gif" width="1" height="4"> =
<img src="http://ilbcnu.org/icon/dot_yellow.gif" width="30%" height="4"> =
Notice I changed the width to 30%. Any percentage up to 100 may be used. The percentage is based on the width of the screen, so it will not over run no matter what size screen someone uses. I normally don't use more then 98%, this seems to work best like the red line below made from the dot_red.gif file.
Ahhh, the really important stuff!
Ann Arbor, MI
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I can see the headlines now...
"V is for Voltage Forums; a place for teens to play."
Sorry, but with the type of "government" that's in place here, I would expect more professionalism. :(
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Thanks Fox I am glad you like it you old fuddy duddy.
Sorry, you do use one of these in your signature, my bad, sorry.
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