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Nobody is going to criticize you on your time estimate since you wisely used what is known in project planning as the “sliding scale”, when you said “2 months from now”. Two months from now will always be two months into the future. Very smart move on your part, i might add.
Besides, your smartmenus is so totally awesome, any and all of your shortcomings, real or perceived, are going to be overlooked.
hello – still eager for the premium support !
any chance for a smartmenus wordpress plugin ?
indeed that was the problem ! thank you.
hi – any progress on premium support?
Update – i just “torture-tested” smartmenus and it performed absolutely flawlessly. Smartmenus will be put into production very soon.
Your website says “Possibly the most advanced website menu script today.” — its time to remove the word “Possibly“.
ok i will be patient. You say you have a family to look after, but i say that we are your family too, right?
i should add: these guys at smartmenus were WAY ahead of me – they have several examples that would normally go off the bottom of the screen if i was using any other inferior menu tool, but when using smartmenus, the top/bottom include scrolling arrows so nothing is lost from view.
This is AWESOME for people who have suffered using other inferior menu tools in the past!
But we consider ourselves to be “serious clients” too so we should get your priority 😉
if anybody would like to compare smartmenus with any other options for the large-menu issue, i created http://edwardsmark.com/proofOfConcept/jqxwidgets/menuUpOrDown/menuUpOrDown.php?type=smartmenus
superfish works with a big hack, while jqwidgets cant even handle the situation. smartmenus is the only option i have found that works right out of the box.
hello – i moved your code out of jsfiddle and you are right – jsfiddle was definitely breaking something. i grabbed your simplest example at http://www.smartmenus.org/download/ and used that large block of code – it worked no problems! i tested it using http://browserstack.com and tried it against windows, chrome, firefox, safari, on win-7, several mac releases, etc — looking GOOD.
the problem i was previously running into was indeed a windows sizing issue as you suggested – thank you for pointing out the jsfiddle-iFrame was to blame.
i will be interested when you offer premium support.
regarding neilW’s comment: i have found that google-chrome tends to be very consistent no matter where its running, be it mac, linux or windows.
this is odd – i can run on two different computers, both using the same version of chrome (v39), and i see two different results. one is working as expected, but the other is not:
totally AWESOME ! thank you so much. so when do you think you will have a premium support package ready?
Vasil – my grandfather and his father before him was named “Admin” so there is no shame in that name!
hello “admin” ! such a nice and personal name….
if you would like to see an example of what i am trying to do:
notice i have 1000 items, yet all of them conveniently fit on the screen? (oops click the superfish option first please). i took superfish and made some modifications to it using the onBeforeLoad option. jqxwidgets could not do this, or at least not without thousands of $$$ to improve it.
speaking of $$$, if you can do something like this, i may have to purchase smartmenus premium support even before its offered.