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Star Wars Opening - I found the old plugin!!!!!

Posted: Mon, 21st Oct 2002, 9:06pm

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DarkJedi07

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Hello. I remember a long time ago there was a plug-in that was the Star Wars Opening before the text scroll, that said STAR WARS and it moved backwards.. It was an AVI file, so it was taken off the site. I know that people have asked for it, along with me. Well, both you and me are lucky. I was searching through my BrickShelf Gallery (there is just too much stuff in there;)) and I came across a file titled: Star Wars. I decided to watch it, to see what it was, and it was really the opening before the crawl. I was amazed to find it! So for anybody here who really needs this movie of the words STAR WARS moving back, then here is the link for you to download and keep: http://brickshelf.com/gallery/DarkJedi07/SW/starwars.avi. To stream it and watch it onlie just click it and it may work. But to save it, or to watch it you need to right click the link and choose "SAVE TARGET AS..." or something like that. I know this will and has helped me, so I hope it will help you. C ya!
Posted: Mon, 21st Oct 2002, 9:28pm

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ada1989

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Can i turn it to a plug-in
Posted: Mon, 21st Oct 2002, 10:12pm

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DarkJedi07

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Yes. You can turn it into a plugin. But I would not post it on the site because you will get an email saying that it will not be added to the site because it is an AVI file. But you can make it a plugin and use it with AlamDV for yourself.

By the way, thanks for the yummies!
Posted: Tue, 22nd Oct 2002, 12:17am

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wpl

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I think I have started something.......I started calling to tokens yummies and it has caught on very well
Posted: Tue, 22nd Oct 2002, 12:28am

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DarkJedi07

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Yep. I guess it has. I may change them to Tummy Yummys. So, uh, can I PLEASE have some Yummies for my Tummies? hehehe lol lol Bye.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Oct 2002, 12:30am

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wpl

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no sorry I only have one left...........it sats beside it to spend it wisely
Posted: Tue, 22nd Oct 2002, 1:20am

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CoolKabe

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How much space can you have on Brickshelf.com? Please tell me, I NEED TO KNOW!!!! eek
Posted: Tue, 22nd Oct 2002, 1:24am

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DarkJedi07

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You need Geekshelf if you are not uploading LEGO MOVIES. And there is no limit. You can upload a 5 kb picture or a 10,000 MB Movie. There is no limit. But you need Geekshelf.com if it is not lego.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Oct 2002, 12:10pm

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KermZ

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I made this plugin. I know it was an AVI but I set it up as aplugin. If it is no longer available I am disappointed. KermZ
Posted: Wed, 23rd Oct 2002, 12:14pm

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Joshua Davies

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Sorry about taking it down guys.

It really was going a little far having the StarWars logo as a plugin - it is a trademark after all. So no Microsoft or Coca-Cola plugins either please biggrin
Posted: Wed, 23rd Oct 2002, 12:27pm

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KermZ

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yes that makes sense