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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:18

Filters and transitions


Poster: Martin
Dated: Friday December 12 2003 - 16:31:08 GMT

Hi,

I did not get the connection between the nice demo/code from microsoft and the milonic menu.

With version 3 we used a style e.g. "Wipe(duration=0.01,wipestyle=1,motion=forward)" to apply a filter and/or a transition.

What i have to do with version 5 to apply an filter/transition? Do i have to use the code from microsoft? Does the old way to apply a filter/transition from version 3 still working?

Are any examples available?

thank you

cheers.


Poster: John
Dated: Friday December 12 2003 - 22:38:31 GMT

Docs and Examples Available..., at http://www.milonic.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2981, would be a good place to start. This version is very different from v3, and requires reading.


Poster: Martin
Dated: Friday December 12 2003 - 23:44:17 GMT

I'm quite familiar with the version 5 in general.

I had a specific question to Filters and transitions.

I'm used to read the online manuals. I did not find any hint to use filters and transitions.

If anybody made any experience with Filters and transitions with version 5 and could help me, would be very nice.

thanks.

cheers


Poster: John
Dated: Saturday December 13 2003 - 1:30:37 GMT

Martin wrote:I had a specific question to Filters and transitions.

I'm used to read the online manuals. I did not find any hint to use filters and transitions.

Then I'm sorry, but you really didn't read. A click on almost any sample menu from the link I originally gave you, Horizontal Navigational Menu for instance, would have shown you the following in the menuStyle code displayed on that page...

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overfilter="Fade(duration=0.2);Alpha(opacity=90);Shadow(color='#777777', Direction=135, Strength=5)";
outfilter="randomdissolve(duration=0.3)";

A search on 'filter' brings up 43 references, many with explanations and examples.


Poster: Martin
Dated: Saturday December 13 2003 - 1:39:23 GMT

Ooops, i didn't use the search-feature. Without using it, it might bie difficult to find the info.

Thanks anyway :oops: