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pining eyes drawn through minipining eyes drawn through miniblindspining eyes drawn through mini by glue
soaking over street side voices
heavy and wet and soundless
ear marked thoughts peppered in
black eye lessons of gray,
covered in walls and space
suffering in days and eyes in the mirror
perpetual escapist, used to be
shallow, sick and important
knee-deep is waist-high to the neck
compunctious to that which comes
pity or compassion or mystery
Frame Delay Times for Animated GIFsPlease note that this article is not complete as it cannot contain the required images. Please visit the associated journal to see the required images.Frame Delay Times for Animated GIFs by humpy77
You've had the idea, you've built your emotes, you've put them all together in an animated GIF which you upload for the world to enjoy. The comments start coming in; "Sweet", "Cute", Love it", "Why is it so slow?". All well and good, apart from that last one.
So you take a closer look and either:
a) you scratch your head and think "it wasn't that slow when I built it"
b) you think it looks fine but other people are still saying it's slow
So what's the problem? The answer is Stupid Browsers. Simple as that. Our browsers are just rubbish at rendering fast animated GIFs.
An animated GIF file consists of a number of image blocks, each with it's own control block.&