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    Web site And Imac
    Can u tel me if go well this site...
    www.businesscardsexp.com
    tank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onegoone View Post
    Can u tel me if go well this site...
    www.businesscardsexp.com
    tank you
    I'm not sure that I understand your question, can you please elaborate?

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    Compatibility with imac
    is it compatible with imac?

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    It appears that the interface is simply Flash-based. So, yes it will be 'compatible' with a Mac.
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    I have this notion that this is spam. Anywhooo, the site works. And it will work on most computers because, as stated before, it is flash based, and nowadays most computers have a BROWSER like frefox that is common enough to render things similarly.

    So yes, it is compatible with "iMac". (I can't help it but giggle. I'm sorry ).
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    Thank you!
    have u proved to make a business cards?

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    please, it's no spam! i want only a opinion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onegoone View Post
    have u proved to make a business cards?
    No, but you should be fine to go and make your own.

    Quote Originally Posted by yogi View Post
    I have this notion that this is spam.
    So do I, but I am willing to give this the benefit of the doubt.
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    Cool site. Seems to work properly in Safari 2.0.4 on OS X 10.4.8.

    The following quoted line is in the Terms of Use page. But which local law does this come under. Euro, British, Intalian?

    "5.1 If you are contracting as a consumer, you may have a right to cancel a Contract under the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000."

    I previewed the video and thought that was a great idea. The wording in the voiceover could be improved I suppose, but you'd need a native English speaker give you some detailed feedback on that. For instance using the word 'instument' so often seemed odd to me. Still, I got all the concepts.

    The video had what I at first thought was a flaw. In the part where the background color gets replaced, one of the graphics disappear. I realized later that it was because that was a background image, and the two can't coexist. Mentioning that fact as it happens may help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onegoone View Post
    is it compatible with imac?
    What do you mean by compatiable?

    If they accept Photoshop files and etc.. it should be compatible.

    Check out their Help section @ http://www.businesscardsexp.com/content/view/17/32/lang,en/.

    Here is what they accept for file formats: http://www.businesscardsexp.com/content/view/18/33/lang,en/

    As long as you have a program to meet the DPI you should be fine.
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    i want say... with browser... thanck you xstep!

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    other?

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    Not sure what you meant by "other?", but your questions have been answered. The site works on a Mac, there is no need for this to continue.
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