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    Sorry I wish I could help you. I can't see them because I don't use IE. It could be scary that code can be run that completely doesn't work in other browsers but works in IE exclusively and windows explorer will let IE write to it without permission. Whatever it is it is potentially dangerous. not to say that it is, but it could be. My guess with out seeing it was it is written in Front Page with extensions again very dangerous.

    Good Luck
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    here are two snapshots of the animation,

    visit this page http://new2linux4now.5u.com/photo2.html
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    Code:
    <Object ID=tsaiannie53441 ClassID=CLSID&#58;D45FD31B-5C6E-11D1-9EC1-00C04FD7081F></Object>
    <script language="JavaScript">
    var RoverID; 
    var RoverACS; 
    tsaiannie53441.Connected = true; 
    RoverLoaded = LoadLocalAgent&#40;RoverID, RoverACS&#41;; 
    Rover = tsaiannie53441.Characters.Character&#40;RoverID&#41;;
    Rover.Show&#40;&#41;;
    //Play is the actions of merlin while speak is what he will say
    Rover.Play&#40;"GetAttention"&#41;;
    Rover.Speak&#40;"wuh suh Ladeez...dun fer get 2 holla at yo boi AIM&#58;DisA2daN0605"&#41;;
    Rover.Play&#40;"Acknowledge"&#41;;
    Rover.Speak&#40;"N Joy dis piece of shyt &#58;&#41;"&#41;;
    Rover.Hide&#40;&#41;;
    function LoadLocalAgent&#40;CharID, CharACS&#41; &#123;
    LoadReq = tsaiannie53441.Characters.Load&#40;CharID, CharACS&#41;;
    return&#40;true&#41;;
    &#125;
    </script>
    Conviently pulled from the source for that page.....Enjoy you non-standards compliant person....
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    what do i have to change if i want to change the guy into something else.
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    How to change the Default "Merlin" MS Agent.

    I recomend keeping "Merlin" because he is the default MS Agent, and is already on machines running WindowsXP, 2000 & ME.
    If you change to another MS Agent, and the user does not have that Agent installed they will get a pop up message asking them to click ok to run the Agent over the internet so that your message can be displayed. This will be slow for those still on dial up, but high speed users should not notice any slowdowns. You can provide a link to your visitors so that they can download the MS Agents and install them for future viewing etc.

    Well lets get to it eh

    These links should help you out.
    http://rainbow.arch.scriptmania.com/...re_agents.html


    For instructions on how to control the Agents can be found here:
    http://rainbow.arch.scriptmania.com/...age_agent.html
    Enjoy!

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    thanks to all that replied
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