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 Menu builder doesn't work with inMotion?

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fmbma

Posts: 58
Posted: 01/05/2010, 6:34 PM

I tried using the menu builder with a vb.net inMotion project. It's a static menu identical to one that worked in the regular vb.net framework. The result is just a vertical list of links, with the submenu items indented. There is no expansion of a parent node, in fact it treats a parent node like a link. Has anyone else encountered this?
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vsuarez

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Posted: 01/06/2010, 7:54 AM

Hi,

I've tried Tigra Menu, a JavaScript library that comes with CodeCharge as a 3rd party product.

I've found it a lot better than Menu Builder and works quite well with InMotion. You may find examples of it at the CodeCharge Studio demos under the Dynamic Menus section.

Regards,

vsuarez
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jjrjr1


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Posted: 05/14/2010, 2:42 PM

Yeah..

This has always been a problem with vertical menus in CodeCharge Studio.

The problem exists in all the languages and in fact when they ported this ability to create vertical menus into Artisteer v2.3 they cloned this problem.

Do not know why this was not implemented properly.

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