OK, today’s riddle:
One of these two Yahoo! Messenger logos is a fake one. Which one? Number 1 or Number 2? Guess! :-)
Note (a): Opening Yahoo! Messenger right now is strictly prohibited! Opening www.yahoo.com website or any associated with Yahoo!, Inc. websites is strictly prohibited, too. Any search using Google Image Search or similar is not allowed as well:-)
Note (b): One of the graphics is the original one, copied as screenshot of the Yahoo! Messenger during sign-in; the other is made in using Macromedia Fireworks (my graphic tool of preference), in maybe 10-15 minutes. It’s up to you to decide, which is which:-)
Note (c): You can click on each the image to see the images compared (click on the left/right sides of each image after opening one of them).
Note (d): I’ll post the right answer here (or in a new post), together with the Fireworks .PNG file, as soon as I get enough feedback:-)
If you try to guess, please, post your comments below, just #1 or #2 and (optionally) why you think so, would be enough:-)
PS I wanted to write first about the great adventure we had on Vitosha mountain last Saturday, but I got a nasty flu right after that, so it’ll have to wait a bit :-(
UPDATE: Comments are now closed. You may read the answer to the riddle here:-) Thank you for your participation!
Sideline: Sometimes, maybe I simply want to prove to myself (and to the world) that
Macromedia Adobe Fireworks is a tiny, yet powerful, full-featured program for web & graphic design; the fact that Macromedia didn’t promote it enough (think only that the Mozilla Firefox logo was made using Macromedia Fireworks and this remains quite unknown to the broad public!) only proves that Fireworks was somehow overlooked in favour of Flash/Dreamweaver — but now that Adobe owns Macromedia, I have new hopes:-) I’ll write on the subject more one of these days. For now, a small Yahoo! Fireworks Riddle is enough;-)