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I am trying to add a DHTML script to a web site that had a gif pic moving from lower right to upper left at abt 45 degrees, and have it wrap when it gets to the left or top edge. I've looked at several scripts that deflect at the edges, I have one that does what I want in Netscape 4 but won't budge in Ie 4, 5, or 6. Can anyone help me with such a script ? The URL of the script that works in NS4 is :
http://personal.tmlp.com/gonzo/Gonzo.html
 
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the one that you got working for netscape 4 will only work with netscape 4 because the rest of the browsers don't support dhtml layers.

We'll search for another way.
 
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attached is gonzo.txt (rename to htm) which works in IE. You don't have to upload it to get it to work. Just load it locally.

It uses vbs and javascript so it only works in IE, but you can tweak it and possibly change the vbs part to javascript.

it needs to be tweaked to get it like the other page, but it's a start.
 

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here is another example using javascript that works in IE and all netscape.

http://www.javascript-fx.com/page_anim/

the moving images one with the plane.

you can download the source for that one by click on the middle button to "get code"

It will need to be tweaked to get the scrolling like you have it on your one page but it's another example
 
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