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Tigra Menu only supports absolute positioning so the origin point is always top left corner of the document (as illustrated).
Tigra Menu PRO supports alignment feature (see Menu Align) so the origin point can be set to the center of the document or to its right edge. The menu will adjust its position as the browser window is resized.
Tigra Menu GOLD supports relative positioning feature (see Positioning) which when enabled blocks menu offset parameters.
nice way to force folks to buy a product. and here I thought you were trying to be helpful and offer freeware that would work like users want. lame... FYI, myself (and a lot of others) will delete this and steer clear of 'softcomplex' software
For many users free version works just fine the way it is.
I promise we'll stop charging for the premium features the moment bills stop coming in.
we employ full time professionals to maintain and supports both free and premium products.
You've just added to the cost of supporting the free software.
I need relative positioning and I understand this is available with the GOLD version. Before I purchase it can anybody confirm that is possible to do
this within asp panels and within DIV statements as I don't want to use tables on our web pages.
Also is this feature fully supported in IE, firefox, safari & opera?
Yes, this feature works in all compatible browsers with all kinds of HTML elements.
I own a copy of:
// Title: Tigra Menu GOLD
// URL: http://www.softcomplex.com/products/tigra_menu_gold/
// Version: 2.6
// Date: 03-18-2004 (mm-dd-yyyy)
and my menu is not displaying properly under the latest version of Firefoc (3.0 vsn). Am I entitled to an update to fix this problem?
thanks in advance.
in FF3 align="..." or style="text-align:..." doesn't work with block elements.
Try wrapping the menu in say <div style="style:inline;float:right;">
I have the same problem and tried what you recommended and it didn't work.
new menu (MENU_ITEMS, MENU_TPL);
Please submit a support ticket providing your order ID.
We'll send the latest version of the product which doesn't suffer from this issue.
Ok I have my invoice but cannot figure out a way to open a support ticket.
I think I figured it out. I submitted a question under my account.
Aghh... I just spent the whole afternoon configuring my menu, only to realize I can't move it into the proper area of my page!!
I'm terrible at relative/absolute positioning... if I do (grudgingly) decide to buy the paid version of this, can anyone tell me which version (Pro, Gold) I would need to fix the menu on my page? I'm not sure I understand the differences. It should go to the left side of the purple-bordered box.
Because of the relative positioning the GOLD version is easier to position. You just put initialization code where you want menu to appear. The same may you normally position text and other elements in the natural flow of the document.