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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 - 06:02:24

Release Candidate 13


Poster: John
Dated: Tuesday September 30 2003 - 18:44:03 BST

Many fixes, mostly to do with menu positioning on the Mac. Expect to see additional updates to RC13 posted yet today (note that as of this message posting, 4 versions have already gone up today :!: )

Still remaining to fix are 100% width and Div hiding for the older browsers, then we go V5 for real :D

Hooray... :!:


Poster: Hergio
Dated: Tuesday September 30 2003 - 19:21:23 BST

Hey Andy, havent looked at the RC13 yet but I know there are some fixes. Are there any new features added? Anything with styles or functions or onclicks, etc?


Poster: Andy
Dated: Tuesday September 30 2003 - 19:26:20 BST

Are there any new features added? Anything with styles or functions or onclicks, etc?


Not that I can remember, did you have anything in particular in mind?

-- Andy


Poster: Hergio
Dated: Tuesday September 30 2003 - 22:10:36 BST

No, nothing in particular. But i have a couple ideas, maybe I will bounce them off of you on the side for future versions. ;) I was just curious.


Poster: John
Dated: Tuesday September 30 2003 - 22:53:09 BST

Yet another RC13 has just been posted. Minor fix.

The boss is going crazy over there... :!: :lol:


Poster: Hergio
Dated: Wednesday October 1 2003 - 1:24:39 BST

Does he let you know these things or are you polling the hell out of the download page? hehe :lol:


Poster: John
Dated: Wednesday October 1 2003 - 5:06:31 BST

Both. Why do you think his bandwidth got all shot up :?: :lol:


Poster: John
Dated: Wednesday October 1 2003 - 5:12:08 BST

Scratch the above. He's still at it, folks. More versions posted since I left the office today. Get in on the fun. The more we get to help test in this final stretch, the sooner we'll get REAL :!:


Poster: Maz
Dated: Wednesday October 1 2003 - 14:34:49 BST

I'll take another download, right now I have a link to apple at the top of the page.

I was wondering about 3 buttons in one item at the bottom of my tools menu, for page up, page down and close menu (move td left).

Warm regards
maz


Poster: John
Dated: Wednesday October 1 2003 - 19:30:32 BST

Try it, Maz. Not sure what will happen if you have more than one of the same statement type in there, but my guess is it would take the last one - unless Andy has gotten fancy again!


Poster: TheNinthPlayer
Dated: Thursday October 2 2003 - 4:48:52 BST

I'm new in town. Where does one download RC13?


Poster: CorvetteMan
Dated: Thursday October 2 2003 - 5:48:14 BST

Good to hear this version may fix some Mac problems.

Here is my post from today about it. http://forum.milonic.com/viewtopic.php?t=998

The site is http://www.digitalcorvettes.com ... and I only have problems with Mac's.


Poster: John
Dated: Thursday October 2 2003 - 8:15:25 BST

TheNinthPlayer wrote:I'm new in town. Where does one download RC13?

Welcome to the gang!

http://milonic.com/.


Poster: Maz
Dated: Thursday October 2 2003 - 11:47:19 BST

Is there any chance of the followscroll menu working for me on the mac?

So far I have it position relative in a table and only the background color moves down the page, I can't open submenus.

If I place the main menu part in the table will it make any difference now?

Keeping it without position relative was just too jerky, open a submenu scroll bar and the main menu jerked up and down, making it difficult to follow the submenu link, the top part of the submenu had no scroll bar - equal the difference between the top of the page and the top of the table.

windows IE 6 it appears to work, but when I pointer over the menu the submenu opens without the background, moving over it the background comes in. If the pointer is on the top menu on load, it fills in with the second menu items until reload.

I loaded 14 but can't test it yet due to a mysql warning.

Warm regards
maz


Poster: Andy
Dated: Thursday October 2 2003 - 11:55:38 BST

Relative positioning and Followscrolling won't work.

Relative positioned means fixed in place and can't move, although John did get something to work along these lines in theory it should be illegal to have a fixed position menu move about the screen.

You can use screenposition to ensure that your menu is where you want it to be - As these menus are absolute positioned they can move.

Cheers
Andy.