Version 0.9.4 of RelativeLayers

Release Notes: Rapid successive resizes are now prevented from overlapping processing of resize hooks and thus wrongly positioning the layers. This was mostly a problem when opaquely resizing windows in Netscape. This version now supports Opera when it identifies itself as other browsers. showProperties() has been moved from rl_utility.js to rl_debug.js. Mac IE 4.x has been excluded from the supported browsers. The dynamic loading of external sources files has been adapted in order to make it work under Macintosh IE5.

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  •  02 Feb 2004 15:50

Release Notes: The browser compatibility chart has been updated.

  •  02 Feb 2004 15:48

Release Notes: Support for Safari has been added.

  •  14 Jun 2002 06:23

Release Notes: This version adds support for dimension limits, removes code that was supposed to speed up processing, but that modified a layer's real position instead of limiting its placement to a certain area, and removes the usage of regular expressions and adds some custom parse routines instead, this to prevent to have to handle the different regexp implementations and to speed up general calculations. It adds support for Konqueror 3.x and now correctly obtains the dimensions of the available window size, taking scrollbars into account.

  •  30 Jun 2001 08:58

Release Notes: Added code to supported loading of external sources for the recent versions of Mozilla. Fixed code oversight about storing previous windows dimensions.

Release Notes: This release includes 'moving and resizing' and 'nested layers' sections, a browser chart for Linux and Windows with a Mac chart on the way, a CSS stylesheet for the browserchart table, customized table generation routines to support table columns without any width attribute, changes to the file extensions to be .html by default, conversion of png images to formats that are fully supported by Netscape 4.x, and a preface.


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