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    tigra menu

    If anyone has used this or knows anything about it i'd like to hear some opinions.
    I'm trying it out right now, it seems interesting enough, but i'm still getting the hang of it.

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    Two words: Huh? What?
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    haha, whoops.
    it's put out by softcomplex (softcomplex.com) , i don't know anything about the company or the menu really, but i thought you guys might...
    buuuuuuuut maybe not?

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    A similar menu can be found here:
    V4 - http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...men4/index.htm
    and for past versions of it:
    V1 - http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/sm/index.htm
    V2 - http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/topnavbar.htm
    V3 - http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...men3/index.htm

    Each version has different styles and different supports.
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    It's not accurate to describe TopNav I,II and III as "past versions" of IV - this is not the case; they are different scripts made by different people, and they all have different benefits. II is the fastest and arguably the most robust (ie, the most forward-compatible, where III and IV rely heavily on browser variables) but it lacks advanced features; III is the most flexible and has the widest browser support, but the script files are comparatively large; IV has the most immediate eye-candy, and is also quite fast, but doesn't work as well in 4-version browsers, and I've found it quite tricky to work with. IMO.

    Tigra menu seems good, but it lacks the wider browser support of DD's TopNavs
    Last edited by brothercake; 01-30-2003 at 08:42 PM.

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    Your own one bc rules tho... I like it a lot. Pity I am not using dhtml menus.
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    aw shucks

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    Try also xara.co.uk



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