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17-May-2018

Adaptive Menu Magic (AMM) 1.2.6

Fixed positioning issue with Scroll to Element feature when menu is in responsive (phone/accordion) mode. The scrolled to element is now positioned correctly.

Do you need the update?

You only need to update If your current version is less then 1.2.5. To be certain, open your Extension Manager and check your version number.

Downloading the updated version

To download the latest version, go to our customer service download center:

PVII Download Center

Follow the instructions to find your order or to have your order history sent to you. Once you locate your order, you will have access to the download.

Installation

  1. Unzip your download
  2. Use your Adobe Extension Manager (CS6 or earlier) or PVII Extension Manager (All Creative Cloud Versions) to install the .ZXP or .MXP file
  3. When prompted to overwrite existing files or replace your existing version, choose Yes or Yes To All
  4. Restart Dreamweaver to complete the update process
  5. Locate the p7amm folder and delete the p7AMMscripts.js file inside
  6. Go to your page and open the AGM interface as if you were going to edit it
  7. Make no changes. Simply click OK
  8. The system will create a new script file
  9. Upload the revised p7amm folder to your server

Prior Updates

11-April-2018: Adaptive Menu Magic (AMM) 1.2.5

Set default z-index for fixed mode to a lower value.

Reworked "More" menu create & resize algorithms for better performance.

17-March-2018: Adaptive Menu Magic (AMM) 1.2.3

Added smooth scrolling support for menu Scroll to Element (STE) links when linking from external page or source.

Fixed bottom edge detection on vertical sub menu. The first hover was not properly activating the edge detection. Also fixed vertical sub menu bottom edge detection when page is scrolled.

If you did not delete your existing CSS file (perhaps because you've customized it) and have not allowed the AMM interface to produce a new one, please paste the following rule inside the smartphone media query in your current AMM CSS file:

.p7AMM.amm-responsive li {max-height: 700777px;}

The media query starts on or about line 1509, with this line:

@media only screen and (min-width: 0px) and (max-width: 600px) {

Make a new line above the first rule inside the query and paste the above rule in:

@media only screen and (min-width: 0px) and (max-width: 600px) {
.p7AMM.amm-responsive li {max-height: 700777px;}

If you have previously not updated to version 1.2.0, you will also need to copy and paste this rule into your AMM style sheet, making sure it goes before the media query:

.p7AMM.amm-fixed {
max-height: 100% !important;
overflow-y: auto;
}

28-Feb-2018: Adaptive Menu Magic (AMM) 1.2.2

Refined performance in smartphone mode when running with Fixed on Scroll option.

26-Feb-2018: Adaptive Menu Magic (AMM) 1.2.0

Revised style sheet to fix no scrolling on phone in fixed mode. Either replace your existing AMM style sheet with a new one or paste this rule in your existing style sheet:

.p7AMM.amm-fixed {
max-height: 100% !important;
overflow-y: auto;
}

Added Feature:

Auto menu close when STE menu link is clicked and menu is in fixed on-scroll toolbar accordion mode.

19-Feb-2018: Adaptive Menu Magic (AMM) 1.1.9

Addressed IE11 bug with fold animations when entering responsive mode via browser window made phone-narrow. This issue would normally not cause the menu to be inaccessible, except in cases where someone opened the page in a wide window, then made the window narrow enough to trigger the responsive conversion. Also fixed an issue where in responsive mode (in small devices) long menus did not fully display.

14-Jan-2018: Adaptive Menu Magic (AMM) 1.1.7

Addrsessed bugs in Chrome and Opera when running in Windows touch mode.

04-Dec-17: Adaptive Menu Magic (AMM) 1.1.5

Now supports vertical menus.