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layingback wrote
FYI, I have a small mod to DF CSS Main Menu to handle 2 levels (as a form of mega Menu). Thought it might be another useful starting point. Link

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Thank you so much for The input to My Question.
I appreciate that. Very Happy

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any news ?

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The plugin was completed a week ago.

But I am holding up release until i can get The New DF v10 working.

Still cannot get a copy of v10 to install or work at all!!

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Please email the plugin over so i can get used to it .. it will give me some different to do whilst i recover from hospital surgery due to a fall down the stairs ... cheers Tim

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bulldog wrote

I am holding up release until i can get The New DF v10 working. !
Still cannot get a copy of v10 to install or work at all!!

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Thanks for pointing that out, new installs fixed.

.:: I met php the 03 December 2003 :: Unforgettable day! ::.

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Smile A Big Thank you

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After testing vrs10 I will be able to build another Artisteer Theme plugin for vrs10 Themes.


As some people have found out DF v9+ javascript framework does not
playwell with jQuery library. It just kills jQuery in the admin (blocks, main menu) sections. Or wherever else it loads

Now in vrs 10 this library was removed and drag and drop re-coded.

This was great removing that framework.

However:
The new code also has a conflict with jquery.
If jQuery is loaded then drag and drop fails completely.

I can only hope their is time to upgrade the new Code in vr10
So as not to conflict with jQuery. Without loosing usage of jQuery and its
1,000's of availabe plugins.

I will post a bug request in vr10 and hope for the best

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bulldog wrote
However:
The new code also has a conflict with jquery.
If jQuery is loaded then drag and drop fails completely.

I can only hope their is time to upgrade the new Code in vr10
So as not to conflict with jQuery. Without loosing usage of jQuery and its
1,000's of availabe plugins.

I will post a bug request in vr10 and hope for the best


No, you should use jQuery as docs.jquery.com/Using_..._Libraries

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Thats correct on noconflict
however http://docs.jquery.com/Core/jQuery.noConflict

It also means re-writing some plugins

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If the plugins didn't use jQuery() at all, the plugins are not jQuery verified and shouldn't be used until fixed by the author.

The new Dragonfly library uses 'Poodle' as global object.
Any js file in Df should use Poodle.$() and not $() as well to prevent issue with conflicting libraries.

It is possible (just like with jQuery) that we forgot that somewhere.

However, Poodle library is more advanced then jQuery as it extends objects in the core instead of creating a wrapper around it.
Due to that it is much faster then jQuery with the same base features.
Poodle is slower on IE7 due to the fact that IE7 is missing loads of very important features.

On the other hand IE7 should never be used and people must upgrade to Firefox/Chrome or update to IE8.

Sure many banks still use IE6 but should be discouraged heavily to use those computers for the internet.

With this said, a big part of jQuery v1.x has become obsolete and that's why they now have a v2 that is becoming similar to my Poodle.js

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Thank you for your input.

Once the new df is released I will look forward to Poodle.$()

As far as jQuery is concerned here is an article worth reading
http://www.sitepoint.com/jquery-2-support-ie6-ie7-ie8/

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Hi there so what's happening with this plugin cheers Tim

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hi any news ?

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Do we have any news on this artisteer plugin please cheers

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