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Taken From The Forum: Archived Topics for the old Version 3.0 JavaScript Menu
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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:38

menu speed control


Poster: saladpuncher
Dated: Thursday September 19 2002 - 20:16:10 BST

My clients want me to slow down the menu so that when they move their cursor from one selection to the other there is a delay. We are using a vertical menu and when they put their cursor over a main menu selection, then move diagonally to choose a sub-menu item, they sometimes move over another main menu selection causing them to loose their place because a different sub-menu pops up (wow, what a run on sentence). Any ideas on how to slow it down by half a second or so?
-Damon


Poster: Scott
Dated: Tuesday September 24 2002 - 22:55:17 BST

Check out the top properties in the menu array js file..

timegap=500 // The time delay for menus to remain visible
followspeed=5 // Follow Scrolling speed
followrate=40 // Follow Scrolling Rate
suboffset_top=10; // Sub menu offset Top position
suboffset_left=10; // Sub menu offset Left position

Another good way of slowing down the menu is to use a fade effect with them.. this takes time tio generate so gives the desired result. Check out the Transisition Effects (filter) page

http://www.milonic.co.uk/menu/filters_sample.php