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JDDM (Drop Down menu) is a drop-down menu Java applet, a comprehensive solution for Web site navigation. It is browser-independent and highly-configurable, and could be easily customized to fit your Web site needs to achieve an unlimited variety of menu appearances and behaviors. It lets you generate vertical and horizontal menus with an unlimited number of nested pop-up submenus, various color schemes, buttons, fonts, icons, and sounds.

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Recent releases

  •  09 Feb 2006 11:10

    Release Notes: The license was changed to the GPL.

    •  10 Mar 2005 17:22

      Release Notes: The padding specification bug was fixed.

      •  15 Jan 2005 22:31

        Release Notes: New features include support for keyboard shortcuts (such as SHIFT+A, CTRL+K, F2, ...) via the shortcut# parameter and support for margins between buttons using default_vmargin and default_vmargin parameters. default_padding and padding# parameters allow you to specify a different padding from each button border (LEFT:RIGHT:TOP:BOTTOM).

        •  01 May 2004 13:51

          Release Notes: The Javascript links bug on Mozilla has been fixed.

          •  10 Dec 2003 14:11

            Release Notes: This release adds double-buffering to improve rendering.


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