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Jason:-
Works for me under Safari 2.0.4
(27.03.2007, 16:03)

Jason:-
Works for me under Mac Firefox 2.0.0.3
(27.03.2007, 16:05)

Merri:-
Ooh, Safari has added support for opacity at some point...

Although I do find it kind of a shame that you can't define opacity for one element without affecting the text. Opacity settings could be separate to text and background...
(28.03.2007, 16:09)

tim:-
I can;t see the rotated side bar titles when I load it myself.

How did you make those?
(09.05.2007, 23:48)

Stu:-
tim, these are background images which you can find by examining the stylesheet.
(09.05.2007, 23:55)

Sebastiaan:-
Wel With all the scipts I can get from the site it won't work on my site.
is there anybody who can help me to get it working?
I want to use this script so you can click an item from te flyout and show the content in the place where standard stands the text?
is this possible or not?
(25.06.2007, 12:10)

Ken Edwards:-
This works well for me in IE6, FireFox2 and PC Safri. Would you make a version of this with the menu on the top?
(06.08.2007, 14:36)

Stu:-
Ken, no dropdown version planned, but you never know.
(07.08.2007, 17:26)

Deborah:-
Great work on the side tabs! Ignorant question here - is there any way to produce the side tab image (Nikon, Pentax) as text? I'm assuming no, but wanted to check with you. I'm assuming there is no CSS property that allows text to turn counter clock wise, or clock wise.
(29.11.2007, 13:46)

Karyn:-
Am a newbie so please forgive my ignorance.
I can get it Woking great in firefox and Chrome but no go in IE 8?
No fly out menus and serious layout problems with IE8.
am using liquid format...could be part of the problem?
have also emailed ;)
(19.06.2010, 03:14)

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