|iSlide Pro-X Tree Type I|
"Apple tree" demonstration (sliding menu)
- This menu is a sliding menu with submenus which slide out vertically from beneath the parent items.
- This light-hearted demonstration shows well the extent to which
this tree can be reconfigured by a web-designer with a graphics editor.
- The design also won an award (from Gamelan) for its originality.
- The main points demonstrated are:
- "Tree-structure" elements (normally dotted lines) can be redefined
just like the entry icons themselves.
- The tree-structure icons, entry icons and scrollbar icons have
been redrawn to create a common theme (applet-tree).
- Drag the apple on the right-hand scrollbar to operate the scrolling.
- A shadow-effect border has been placed around the applet.
- A small box has been chosen for the applet.
- If you click on some of the "page" entries (in the "test" folder,
each marked "style..."), you will see the fruit going through phases
of being eaten - this is the history-tracking feature marking active
and visited pages.
- The Pro-X feature demonstrated is enhanced folder animation:
- We have slowed down the animation on this demonstration quite a lot.
The Pro-X tree is capabable of slower, smoother animations than the previous
versions - the speed setting options allows you to have faster or
immediate action, however.
- The Pro-X tree also has smoother animations designed for today's
higher processor speeds. The subtle accelerations and deceleration
is hardly noticeable unless you look for it, but it contributes to
an enhanced optical effect.
- The bounce is optional and will usually need to be switched off
if you prefer very slow slides.
- To find out more, continue to the next sliding menu applet demo...
|The name of this java menu is iSlide Pro-X Tree Type I. It is a sliding java menu tree with redefinable graphics and advanced drill-down features.|
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