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Dock menu, individual image size

Posted on 2010-11-08
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Hi :)

Hopefully someone can help me, i'm trying to change the below dock menu script so that each image has its own height / width, we don't want them all the same size, hoping someone can help.

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MsKazza

   products.html images.xml settings.xml
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I see that the dock you're using is a .swf, so it's a flash application.

I presume that this app is not developed by you, so it would only allow you to use images of different sizes if it's developed to do so. This should be described somehow on it's documentation, as probably some parameter of settings.xml would allow images to resize to it's real size.

Sadly we cannot know if this flash object is able or not to do what you are asking for unless you provide it's core file or it's documentation.
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thanks have gone a different way
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