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fisheye css dock menu

Posted on 2009-05-19
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Hello experts.
I have downloaded the jquery css dock menu from:http://www.ndesign-studio.com/blog/design/css-dock-menu/ and it is working for me.
The question is how can i handle when the fisheye effect starts.I want the effect when the mouse is over the image and not the way it is  in the demo.
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change the proximity value to 1 like this - that makes only the icon the mouse is over to grow.
			$('#dock2').Fisheye(
				{
					maxWidth: 60,
					items: 'a',
					itemsText: 'span',
					container: '.dock-container2',
					itemWidth: 40,
					proximity: 1,
					alignment : 'left',
					valign: 'bottom',
					halign : 'center'
				}
			)

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actually play with that value - 1 stops the animation effect. 15 still does the animation but only for the icon the mouse is over. I think it will depend on your icon size tho.
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by:Panos
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Hi GuitarRich:
Thank you for your help.It is working fine.
regards
panos
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