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Menu Problem

Sandy Menon
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Joined: Oct 16, 2008
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Hello

I am using mm_menu.js in my application. My menu is a editable one, means user can have the menu according to his choice eg(he can operate the menu using onClick or onMouseOver)...

Now with onClick.....
If a user clicks a particular menu, it will display the child menus.

The problem is if a child menu has some more sub-menus, the program is displaying all those onMouseOver. I want these to be displayed only if i am clicking their parent menus.....

Please help......
Eric Pascarello
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Joined: Nov 08, 2001
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Well I have not played with the Macromedia JavaScript files in a long time. Does it have any documentation on how it works?

Eric
 
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