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Old 07-23-10, 05:11 PM
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a few entries on my attempt at the TDR
https://www.asanacycles.com/Asana_Cyc..._TD/10_TD.html


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I'm highly interested in your blog, but the movies just take soooo long to load. Is there a no-movie version anywhere, or do you have a browser settings tip to make it more user friendly? I'm using firefox.

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Originally Posted by valygrl
I'm highly interested in your blog, but the movies just take soooo long to load. Is there a no-movie version anywhere, or do you have a browser settings tip to make it more user friendly? I'm using firefox.

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the movies are long to load huh?
bummer...
THANK YOU FOR THE FEEDBACK!

I'll have to work on those movies, I'm pretty sure I can compress them down.
I'll work on that in the next few days...
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Cool - post again here whenever you make a change, and I'll go check it out.
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here is a link to a Youtube vid
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8W2idY3c7tI

you can check out some of the other videos too. "SelfPropelledDevo"

back to the website...
does the entire website take a long time to load?

does this load fast: https://www.asanacycles.com/Asana_Cyc...y_edition.html

thanks
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Originally Posted by AsanaCycles
here is a link to a Youtube vid
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8W2idY3c7tI

you can check out some of the other videos too. "SelfPropelledDevo"

back to the website...
does the entire website take a long time to load?

does this load fast: https://www.asanacycles.com/Asana_Cyc...y_edition.html

thanks
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Yes, that loads fast.
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Devian(?), you have got as much that needs to be figured out, thx.
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Devian(?), you have got as much that needs to be figured out, thx.
hey lee:
thanks a lot...
its just that I've been on a bike for a long time now, with a variety of experiences...
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the problem is that I've become a day dreamer
I basically sit around scheming up ways to get back to the great out doors...

I think there is a hobo in my heart
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