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Tuesday June 24, 2003
10:44 PM

HTML::PopupTreeSelect 1.2 is free!

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HTML::PopupTreeSelect 1.2 is out and chock full of new features. The popup window is now draggable. The widget can now contain scrollbars rather than dynamically expanding to contain the tree. In IE on Windows the widget now has a dropshadow. Also, I added an optional workaround for the Windows select-box show-through bug.

You can check out a live demo here: http://sam.tregar.com/hpts_demo.cgi.

-sam

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  • This is very slick. Nice work.
    --
    (darren)
  • I'm using Mozilla Firebird 0.6, and once I click on the titlebar to drag it around, I can't get it to let go!

    Let me try with Mozilla 1.3.

    No I can't get it to let go with either Mozilla 1.3 or Opera 7. I can't get it to drag at all with Opera 6, it just highlights text in the title bar.
    Hmm, I'm using Windows XP. Any more info needed?
    • I'm only interested in the problem you're having in Mozilla 1.3 on XP, since I don't support Opera or Firebird. Can you open the Javascript Console and see if you get any error messages?

      -sam

      • Huh, it seems that the cause of the problem is a pop-up blocker called Proxomitron.

        If I have it running, I can't get the mouse to release the drag-and-drop box.

        If I bypass or disable Proxomitron, everything works fine.

        I tried a little javascript debugging, hoping to find out what is happening, but whatever Proxomitron is doing, it is doing it outside the range of the debugger.

        Sorry about the bogus bug report

        p.s. it works fine in Opera 7, and in Firebird as well...