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Last Updated: Saturday July 14 2012 - 06:07:07

mmenuns4.js & uparrow.gif

Poster: pat __at__
Dated: Thursday October 2 2003 - 20:01:58 BST

Hi... I am getting 404 errors caused by the mmenuns4.js file calling for uparrow.gif. As per the standard arrow.gif called in the menu_data.js file, I don't use uparrow.gif. Is this an error and should the mmenuns4.js script refer to arrow.gif instead?

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Thanks, Pat

Poster: Hergio
Dated: Thursday October 2 2003 - 20:38:15 BST

Yes I notice the arrow image is referenced in the code. You only see the error when viewing in netscape correct? I checked the mmenudom file and there is no such reference to the arrow image. Andy will be able to tell you whats up.

Poster: pat __at__
Dated: Thursday October 2 2003 - 20:39:46 BST

Correct Dave.

Re: mmenuns4.js & uparrow.gif

Poster: timrivera
Dated: Monday January 5 2004 - 6:52:32 GMT

pat __at__ wrote:
I am getting 404 errors caused by the mmenuns4.js file calling for uparrow.gif

When a submenu is long and a scrollbar is generated in newer browsers (such as for "Menu Samples" in the sample menu,) NS4 instead uses a different, double-arrow graphic at the top and bottom of the submenu to allow for scrolling. This graphic was included when you downloaded the menu, however there is not a convenient location to change this image such as in menu_data.js.

Open mmenuns4.js, search for the two instances of "images/uparrow.gif", and replace with the path to the image of your choice. I suggest inverting the uparrow.gif to create a downarrow.gif and use this for the bottom of the submenu.