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Visual Menu

Visual Menu is a fully standards-compliant DHTML menu builder. It supports all major browsers in common use, including Safari and Opera. The look of the menus are described entirely by CSS and the content is defined with XML, allowing complete separation between content and presentation. Instead of using the JavaScript document.write() method to generate menu content, menus are created using standard DOM calls. It delivers unmatched power, speed of creation, and performance, and supports absolute and static CSS positioning, menu element image labels, icons, arrows, checkbox and radio button menu elements, rollovers, unlimited levels of sub-menus, and the use of tool tips and status bar messages.

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  •  06 Oct 2004 01:09

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    16 Oct 2004 10:18 codehouse

    Re: Doesn't belong on Freshmeat


    > "Free to use but restricted"? Yeah

    > right. The requirements for free use are

    > so restrictive, they practically

    > guarantee nobody will ever meet them...

    > plus you have to give them information

    > in return. That's not free. Please

    > change your license to "Expensive with a

    > very limited opportunity for free use in

    > rare cases". Also, it's buggy in Safari.

    > You know Safari? The good browser? The

    > one you'd test with if you really wanted

    > to ensure your product works?

    The rules for obtaining a Free Sole Proprietor license are clearly spelled out on the website. Visual Menu is not open source. It is a commercial product. However, if you are a owner/operator of your business, and answer the questions on the application, the license will be granted. This talk about "rare cases" and "so restrictive, they practically guarantee nobody will meet them" is pure nonsense. Millions of people on the web qualify as Sole Proprietors. Now, as for your talk of Safari bugs, you have not posted any of these bugs on our website, nor has anyone else for that matter. If they are there, they will be addressed immediately. But if they are snarky bugs that have been fabricated by disgruntled people who do not read directions, then I can't fix them. Visual Menu has been built from the ground up to work with Safari, and is tested on Safari. If you're going to make these accusations, please back them up by providing URLs of Visual Menus you claim don't work on Safari.

    14 Oct 2004 04:32 chronos1

    Doesn't belong on Freshmeat
    "Free to use but restricted"? Yeah right. The requirements for free use are so restrictive, they practically guarantee nobody will ever meet them... plus you have to give them information in return. That's not free. Please change your license to "Expensive with a very limited opportunity for free use in rare cases". Also, it's buggy in Safari. You know Safari? The good browser? The one you'd test with if you really wanted to ensure your product works?

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