Harry K. wrote:
On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 10:14 AM, Hank Q. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am also considering trying to do this with something else, any other
programming languages that are quick to learn I can accomplish this
with? I kept trying to think of way to possibly do it with flash?
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You could set up something very simply with no programming at all.
If you want quick and easy, …
Make an HTML file like this ABC
Keep the file open in your editor,
Open the file with your browser,
type in stuff in the editor,
save the file,
and then refresh the browser.
Or maybe you could write a Ruby program to do these things for you.
It is not very smooth but you can try it in a few seconds and maybe it
will give you some other ideas.
You may want to use more HTML to make the text bigger, or a different
color, for example.
Not all browsers work. Firefox seems to work OK.
Nice idea. It doesn’t work in mac/safari with the tag the css style
text-decoration:blink, but it does work with mac/firefox(with latest
Here is a version that uses large, white, blinking text on a black
The op can change the colors or the size of the text as well as the
background color of the blinker and body.