Re: animated .gifs (gif89a)

Kevin Buttler (Kevin_Buttler.LANTE@lante.com)
28 Mar 96 13:14:18


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To: "'www-html@w3.org'" <www-html@w3.org>,
From: Kevin Buttler <Kevin_Buttler.LANTE@lante.com>
Date: 28 Mar 96 13:14:18 
Subject: RE: animated .gifs (gif89a)

Take a look at www.samsclub.com....cool implementation of gif89a animation.

kevin



	lesterw @ microsoft.com (Lester Waters) 
03/28/96 10:20 AM
To: www-html @ w3.org ("'www-html@w3.org'") @ Internet, porad @ smallworld.com 
("'porad@smallworld.com'") @ Internet
cc:  
Subject: RE: animated .gifs (gif89a)

IE 2.0 does not support animated GIFs, but it is certainly planned.
I haven't seen very many animated GIFs (though Intel's web site
seems to be using them).

    - Lester -

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>From:  porad@smallworld.com[SMTP:porad@smallworld.com]
>Sent:  Thursday, March 28, 1996 5:51 AM
>To:  www-html@w3.org
>Subject:  animated .gifs (gif89a)
>
>Does anyone know if MS Internet Explorer supports animated .gifs
>(gif89a)?
>Didn't seem to on my machine, but it's a Mac and you know MS doesn't
>put
>all their eggs in to Mac software.
>
>Scott
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