RE: [dotnet-120] New York .NET November Meetup - question about menu/submenu and tooltip

From: user 4.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 9:20 AM
I didn't realize that you were doing a web application.  Using a menu still isn't bad advise.

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From: Jiayuan Li <[address removed]>
Sent: Tuesday, November 20,[masked]:32 AM
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Subject: RE: [dotnet-120] New York .NET November Meetup - question about menu/submenu and tooltip

David,

Good suggestions. Thank you very much!

Since I am working on a prototype, I was able to find a solution using javascript and CSS to create dropdown menus. Tons of free code on the internet. 

Another question come up about windows workflow foundation and communication foundation. I am interested in implementing workflow applications either in Windows or ASP.Net applications. Anyone has experience in that?

See you at Tuesday meeting, well, that's tomorrow night.

Thanks,
Jia

Jia Li
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David Barnhill <[address removed]> wrote:

	I don?t really understand what you are trying to do.  What?s wrong with regular toolbars and menus?    Menu home pages aren?t really a good UI idea in my opinion.   Tooltips in normal .Net 2.0 Winforms are only text so you can?t do anything fancy with them.    If you really want to have normal buttons that show menus, then you can use a ContextMenu that you show when the button is clicked.
	 
	From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Jiayuan Li
	Sent: Thursday, November 15,[masked]:37 PM
	To: [address removed]
	Subject: [dotnet-120] New York .NET November Meetup - question about menu/submenu and tooltip
	 
	Hi,
	 
	I would like some opinions on creating menus. Iam working on .Net 2.0/C# and building a prototype for a menu like home page. 
	 
	One way I am thinking to just put common buttons and use the tooltip property to access hyperlinks acting like submenus. Is the tooltip clickable to include hyperlinks? Anyone done this before?
	 
	Menus will be something like this:
	 
	 Registration       Analysis                     Processing                Closing
	                          Link1 (hyperlink)
	                          Link2 (hyperlink)
	Or there is other way to do this?
	 
	Thank you very much,
	Jia Li,
	 .Net Developer
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