bopp - 12/10/2005 at 12:19 AM
trying to "upgrade" from the free version to pro...not an easy transition! having difficulties getting the customized things that worked fine in
free to work in pro...
right now I'm trying to figure out how to keep the background from scrolling...in the free version it stayed fixed...which is what I need...
also, in the free version I was able to hack in a pause, so the items scrolling would pause in the center of the scroller for 1.5 seconds...I did that
in scroll.html which is not in the pro version...where would I be able to do this in the pro version?
also, in the free version I was able to change the arrow buttons' action from onMouseover to onClick...how can I achieve this with pro?
also, when I try to call the jump function after initializing the scroller:
new TScroll_init (Tscr_LOOK0, Tscr_BEHAVE0, Tscr_ITEMS0);
Error: this.tspb has no properties
Source File: http://[--cut--]/tsp_files/scroll.dom.js
I tried the var myscoller = new...
and then myscoller.jump_to(1);
but that throws the same erro...
All I wanted from this pro version was to be able to get the space out between the items...to me it seems less flexible than the free version, and has
not been an easy transition....
free version: http://[--cut--]
pro version: http://[--cut--]/index3.html
rock - 12/10/2005 at 12:55 PM
It's never declared that configs for the products are identical
Download package demo has two scrollers, you can see second one with background.
in your Tscr_ITEMS just define
Code customization required, since PRO version license does not allows code modification. See Terms and Conditions
Download package demo has two scrollers, you can see second one with jump_to function realized.
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bopp - 12/10/2005 at 08:11 PM
funny you can't post references to a commercial product on a board about a commercial product...lol
seems ya gots a bit of an attitude there rock...
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