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Author: Subject: target frame question
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posted on 6/9/2005 at 10:36 PM Reply With Quote
target frame question

I'm brand spankin' new to Tigra's products. Played a little bit with the tree menu. I'm wondering if it is possible to specify the target frame for each item individually. I have to be able to do this as I have an app where we want to provide a tree structure but the items can open in the current window or in a new window, depending on what type of an item it is.

One way I suspect I could do it is to have two separate tree menus, one above the other, but I'd much rather just have one.

Brian Barnett
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posted on 6/10/2005 at 08:10 AM Reply With Quote

1. You could purchase PRO version of the control which allows to set items' tagrets individually
2. You could try to use JS to override default behavior, so you could have independent targets.
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