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Currently showing...

... in the Crewe and Nantwich area, through MessageSpace, is a very hastily thrown together advert (deadlines, deadlines!).


We aren't standing there, but it is, if you like, a teaser trailer. I think that it gets the general message across...

Comments

Ian_QT said…
Thumbs up from me.
Aaade said…
It's good - but needs to rotate a bit slower.... i didn't catch all the text first time around.
V said…
If people save the image to their Documents folder - they can then make it their desktop by right clicking on the file and choosing the 'set as desktop' option.

It will then rotate while you work - or don't, as the case may be!
Anonymous said…
Like aaade said the rotation needs a little work. Only got half the information before it flicked onto the next bit. Now move this bit here and make that bit bigger .......

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