Knowledge Base support case for AllWebMenus,  abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Paolo
Initial Email Subject: questions about AllWebMenus
Support Case Month: November 2012

Dear Kostas,

I have a few questions about AllWebMenus.

1. I have made a menu which will be shown on the left of the page (floating) and which will be on support of the main menu.

1.1. Is it possible to regulate the speed of the floating menu?

1.2. I tried to make the right corners rounded but I am unable to do that… how do I do that??

1.3. is it possible to make the menu sticky? I mean not floating but always showing at the same position even if the page scrolls…

1.4. I have problems by using javascripts like for page reload, go back one page and print this page… As if I place them in the Link cell they are not working I placed them in the Javascript Command cell, they are working but they run when the mouse just goes hover, so even if you don’t click on them

Hope to get your answers as soon as possible.

Thanks,
Paolo

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Paolo,

1.1) You have two options regarding the float speed of the menu. Either “instant” or “smooth”. With the first option, the menu will be fixed to the window side. With the second option the menu will follow with a small delay after scrolling. There is not extra setting for determining the “follow speed”.

1.2) You simply need to set the group to have rounded corners. If your items also have a background color, then make sure that these (first-last) have rounded corners too. If you need more help on this, please export and send me the menu project file.

1.3) This is the “instant” choice I talked about in (1.1):

menu floats on scroll, instant choice

1.4) You need to place them in the JavaScript command, but under the “click” column:

javascript under mouse click

Best Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Knowledge Base support case for Likno Web Modal WIndows Builder, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Christophe
Initial Email Subject: web modal window > modal window jumps slightly to the right on pages with vertical scroll
Support Case Month: August 2012

Hello,

After updating to the new version (build #250), when opening a modal window on a page with the browser vertical scrollbar (on a scrolling page), the modal window 'jumps' slightly to the right as the vertical scrollbar now  disappears to leave place to the overlay.
This only happens when an effect is selected in the style editor (for example, slide down). If 'shows instantly' is selected, there is no movement to the right.
PS: The previous version didn't show this behavior as the vertical scrollbar wasn't covered (the overlay only applied to the page itself, not the browser vertical scrollbar).

Thanks.

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello,

We just uploaded a new version (build 250.3) which fixes the modal “jumping” issue when closing with an effect. In your email you refer to the problem appearing when opening the modal, but I only saw this when closing it, so I assume that this is what you meant.

Please let me know if the problem remains with the new build.

http://www.likno.com/jquery-modal-windows/download.php

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Christophe

Hello,
Thanks for that. Unfortunately, it is still showing the same behavior with this version (tested with recent versions of Firefox and IE). Basically, with the web browser scrolling bar on the right (on a long page), when opening the modal window, the scrollbar disappears so it jumps slightly to the right when opening to compensate. And when closing the modal window, its jumps to the left as the scrollbar returns. But when using shows instantly/disappears instantly (no effect), the problem disappears.
I have posted a short video here if that can help:
http://www.aquariophilie-pratique.net/video/wmb.wmv

Thank you very much,
Christophe

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello again,

I viewed your video, and I see exactly what I see in my own pc, so I guess I misunderstood your email before.

The page itself, does “jump” as the scroller is removed and added back. The modal window does not “jump” at all, as it appears only after the scrollbar is removed and it disappears before the scrollbar is added again.

The same thing is visible irrespectively of the effect you use (instant, fade, slide or glide).

This feature was recently added at the request of a user. Do you consider this to be a problem? If so, we can add an option for it, so that you are both happy.

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Christophe

Hi,
Yes, an option would be really great as I have a long page of screenshots opening case studies windows on one of my sites and I feel that the page 'jump' maybe annoying for the users when repeated...
I was just wondering why this only happens when an effect (any effect) is selected but not happening at all when no effect is selected? And what is the advantage of it might be?
Many thanks for the great support.
Kind Regards,
Christophe

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Christophe,

I do not understand… You keep saying that you do not see the “jump” when there is no effect, but there is no difference in the behavior! The scrollbar is removed in both cases, and the page “jumps” in both cases. With or without an effect. Do you see something different? Can you make another video to display this?

Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: Christophe

Hi,
Sorry, my mistake... you are absolutely right, the behavior is exactly the same. It just doesn't seem to 'jump' because the delay when displaying the effect is no there anymore - the opening of the window is instant so one doesn't have the time to see the page jump.
Kind Regards,
Christophe

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Christophe,

We have just released a new version of Modal Windows (build 250.4) which no longer removes the scrollbars by default. Instead there is a new Project Property group named “Under the Hood” within which you can find an option to remove the scrollbars if this is the desired behavior.

Please download the new version and let us know if everything is ok.

http://www.likno.com/jquery-modal-windows/download.php

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Christophe

Hi,
Thank you again for the great support, the new version works very well.
Would be very happy to leave a positive review or testimonial.
Kind Regards,
Christophe

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