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Optimoz RadialContext Pie Menu 1.0b3 Released

Thursday September 19th, 2002

shepard writes: "Optimoz's RadialContext pie menu version 1.0b3 has been released! Includes bug fixes and some reorganization of the interface. This is a highly recommended add-on for Moz!"

You can install RadialContext 1.0b3 or get more information from the pie menus page at Optimoz. For more details about pie menus, see our previous article on the subject.


#10 Re: RadialContext Menu

by masi

Saturday September 21st, 2002 7:56 AM

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Maybe the should not, but they do (in Mozilla, IE, Windows, ...). But I don't insist on greying out menu items. It is just a possibility. But I am for sparing the room where the frame option would be (in non framed pages).

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I don't use it too often myself, but It comes in handy sometime. I'd prefer to not relying on the 'official' context menu. Ideally you would not need it any more.

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What opens a submenu 'properly' is IMHO a matter of style and taste. I vote for making it configurable (at least via a hidden pref in a .js file - yikes) defaulting to off for click-opens-submenu.

Yes, you are on the right track. I have it currently enabled, but wonder if I get used to the 'icon hell'. The number of icons to remember is very high :-(