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Initial Email From:
Pat 
Initial Email Subject: Flat Calm menu down arrow color
Support Case Month: September 2013

Hello,

How can I change the color of the arrow on has submenu image?

Kind Regards,
Pat

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Pat,

When you compile your menu the arrow-down.png will be placed in the awmdata folder. Then, open this image file with an image editor software and change the color to the one you prefer. This is the easiest way to change the specific arrow color.

Alternatively, you can use another arrow image for the "has Submenu" property.

Let me know if you need more information.

Thank you!

Kind Regards,  

Aggelos Tsakonas
www.likno.com
Powerful javascript menus (CSS menus/drop-down menus/sliding menus), web trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, scrollers, designs for your websites!

Reply From: Pat

Hi Aggelos,

Worked perfect!  Thanks for your help!!

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Hello everyone!

We wanted to inform you that we have released the latest version of AllWebMenus - version 5.3 build 826!

Check out what's new in this version:

- Added some GUI enhancements regarding sliding groups.

- The application now remembers the height of the "Style Preview" window when it closes and opens again.

- Fixed an IE8 issue where the menu positioned itself one pixel more to the left.

- Fixed an issue with sliding groups and scrollbar: a sliding group was higher than it should be when it had a scrollbar.

- Fixed an issue with groups that had at least one "Has Submenu Image" on their items. The width of the items that did not have the "Has Submenu Image" was not calculated properly and in some cases the overall width of the group was shorter than it should be.

- Fixed an IE8 issue with "Unfolding 1 and 2" effects causing an error if no doctype was declared on the page.

- Fixed an Opera issue where a sliding menu was not shown properly if its "Appears" or "Disappears" property had a special effect ("Unfolding 1 and 2").

- Fixed an Opera issue where the width of a vertical menu was wider than expected when a "Has Submenu Image" was used on its items.

- Fixed an issue where the GUI didn't permit the use of a hyphen "-" in a menu name.

Important! The activation process has been changed to better support non-admin cases. Therefore, when you install Build #822 (or above) over Build #820 (or below) you need to retrieve a new Activation Code from your User Area. It is important to clarify that this action does NOT reduce the remaining Activation Codes for your license.

You can download the latest version of AllWebMenus at:

http://www.likno.com/download.html

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Hello,

We are happy to inform you that we have released a new version of AllWebMenus, version 5.2 build 822!

Take a look at What's New:

- Enhanced the "UL/LI". When requesting the code to be added on the page, the "Item Text" values are converted to their HTML equivalent values, so that multiple lines are shown with a BR, etc.

- Fixed an issue for sticky submenus where the option "hovers over another item" had the opposite behaviour.

- Fixed an issue where the Z-Index value was always 1000 when the "UL/LI" option was used.

- Fixed an issue where the "Has Submenu Image" didn't appear in items using the "Subitems Style+" and the "UL/LI" structure was used.

Important! The activation process has been changed to better support non-admin cases. Therefore, when you install Build #822 (or above) over Build #820 (or below) you need to retrieve a new Activation Code from your User Area. It is important to clarify that this action does NOT reduce the remaining Activation Codes for your license.

You can download the latest version at the AllWebMenus Download Page

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