Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/11/27

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Subject: Beijing photo UI corrected - Re^3: [Leica] Website Renewal
From: Jim at (Jim Hemenway)
Date: Sat Nov 27 06:37:56 2004
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Hi Tom:

Interesting Beijing photos, but they exhibit more grain and contrast 
than  I usually like.

What film did you use?


Tom Kumagai wrote:

> I have corrected the user interface of Beijing photo on my site.
> Best Regards to all,
> Tom Kumagai
>>Thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your comment, I might 
>>have to try too hard to make the user interface look cool, I will try to 
>>correct it.
>>Best regards
>>>In a message dated 11/27/2004 4:54:22 AM Central Standard Time, 
>>> writes:
>>>llo LUG,
>>>I have renewed my webpage and added new series of photos from my 
>>>business trip to Beijing last year. Questions and comments welcome.
>>>Tom Kumagai
>>>Tomoyuki Kumagai, a.k.a. "Tom"
>>>There's a good deal of nice photography in the site, but perhaps you have 
>>>done your viewers a favor by controlling how long they can look at a photo
>>>The loading sequence after I had already clicked the Walking Bejing 
>>>also made me impatient, then it was several seconds until I could see a 
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