mary Doezema Cooper wrote:I would presume that the menu code might be hand editable, but you'd have to know the code inside out. The ProjectSeven menus are fairly flexible from what I understand, you should ask over in the support group listed on their site to be sure for your situation though.> I've designed and maintained a web site for a client for years. They are a
> windows shop and I design using a Mac. Never an issue in the past. however,
> my client recently bought and started messing around with PluginLab. he likes
> it and wants me to redesign the web site's navigation with horizontal flyout
> menus. Problem is he's played around with it enough and wants me to use the
> work he's already done. PluginLab doesn't work with Dreamweaver (Mac). What
> should I do? I've tried out Pop Menu Magic and like it, but it isn't quite as
> versatile as Plugin Lab. Any ideas of how to work around this situation? Do I
> need to switch platforms just to accomodate Plugin?
My suggestion, if you cannot find something better to do the job you must charge the client for the costs of purchasing a PC DW license and a copy of that extension.
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