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 Post subject: Collapsing the tree?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2006 11:03 pm 
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How to collapse the entire tree in the web-browser?

Reloading the web-page would work (and i use frames so this wouldnt be a problem) but is there any other way....?

Also, it would be great if there would be a way to collapse all nodes EXEPT the selected (parent) node...
possible?


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2006 5:25 pm 
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Hi, currently it doesn't support to collapse the entire tree menu with all sub nodes.
But we will support this feature in the next version.

For your second question, you can checkthe option "Single expand" in General properties of Global Settings, which will collpase other sub-nodes when you select and expand current node and its sub nods.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2006 5:35 pm 
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Good morning,

First, thank you for this product, demo is very powerfull and impressive !
So, one question, have you got any date for next version release (for collapse and expand management on page reload) ?

I plan to buy the pack (DHTML Menu and TreeMenu), what's about the updates ? are they free ?

Sorry for my english. :)


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2006 7:41 pm 
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The single expand option is nice, but maybe a little bit confusing...

One thing that would be very good to have, is when i collapse a parent node, all parent sub nodes in it also collapse too.
So if i would want to collapse the entire tree, i would only have to click on all the "main-level" parent nodes to collapse them, and everything in them would be collapsed too.

I hope you understand what i mean.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 1:54 pm 
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JohanCBT wrote:
Good morning,

First, thank you for this product, demo is very powerfull and impressive !
So, one question, have you got any date for next version release (for collapse and expand management on page reload) ?

I plan to buy the pack (DHTML Menu and TreeMenu), what's about the updates ? are they free ?

Sorry for my english. :)


Thanks for your commendation.
Yes, the next version is under developing now, in which it will give more controls on expanding or collapsing nodes on page loading status. More details we will provide in future.
This version will be probably released in October, and it is FREE upgrade for all Tree Menu registered users.
:) Hope you like it.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 2:10 pm 
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dylan707 wrote:
The single expand option is nice, but maybe a little bit confusing...

One thing that would be very good to have, is when i collapse a parent node, all parent sub nodes in it also collapse too.
So if i would want to collapse the entire tree, i would only have to click on all the "main-level" parent nodes to collapse them, and everything in them would be collapsed too.

I hope you understand what i mean.


Thanks a lot for your suggestion. We will consider it in future.


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