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problems with working/switching with 2 framesets

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hi,

i want to use 2 different framesets and i'm not sure how
it should should be done correctly.

the frames of the 2 framesets have different sizes.

i want to start with a frameset containg 2 frames, say framset1.
in the left frame i use outlines for navgation.
if the last entry in the framset1 is pressed, the framset2 should come up (framset1 shouldn't be visable).

in frameset2 i also use outlines.
now if the last entry of frameset2 is clikced, frameset2
should disappear and frameset1 should come up again.

ideally all this shouldf happen in 1 ie/netscape window.

is it possible?
how should i do this.

i played a little , but allways have the problems that e.g. framset2 is displayed in the left frame of frameset1
and other stuff like this.


thanks
hreinart
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by:Arunkumar
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Make the entry on the page as an action hotspot and use the @Command([OpenFrameset];"FramesetName").

I checked it out and it works fine on browser too !

Good Luck!
Arun.
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by:zvonko
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Hi Arun,

did you get my email?
Please update your shared space in Groove.

So long,
zvonko
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by:Arunkumar
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How do i update it ?
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by:zvonko
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Add a tool to it where you can post some topics.

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by:hreinart
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hi arunkumar,

i only use outline here!

i tried to paste your suggestion in a new entry type "url", but the browser return, "page can't be displayed.
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Jean Marie Geeraerts earned 200 total points
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Hello Harald,
Here's how you do it:
In your outline entry select the following:
Type: Named Element - Frameset
Value : The name of the frameset to open (you can select it from the list using the folder icon)
Frame : _top

This will open the selected frameset in the current window.

Regards,
JM
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by:Jean Marie Geeraerts
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This can of course be used for both the outline entry in frameset 1 to open frameset 2 and in the outline in frameset 2 to open frameset 1. :-)
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by:Arunkumar
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That was an easy one !
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by:zvonko
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Hello Arun,

I do not receive any emails at the moment.
Can you please update your shared space with any comments :-)

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by:hreinart
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hi jerrith,

thanks for the answer.
yes, it's (almost) allways easy if you see the solution.

i increased the point to say also thank you for the last answered question. i could use it really well.

hope it's ok for you all!


hreinart
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by:Jean Marie Geeraerts
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Thanks, and as alwyas you're welcome.
If you're a Domino developer 8 hours a day all year around, it get's easier :-)
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by:Arunkumar
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oh yea !

Congrats JM on this big points...

:-)
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by:Jean Marie Geeraerts
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I was actually awarded more points than deserved for this question, but I answered another question for Harald through email, that's why he increased points here :)
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by:Arunkumar
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thats okay buddy we can understand that !
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