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Post by azwiz on February 2nd 2015, 8:53 am

I tried using the top code . It scrolls just fine . The mouse does not stop it . I just need to know how to make that part work please. Also what the numbers mean ?   


  It depends, which widget would you like to scroll ? While we're on the topic, you can also create custom widgets that scroll content using the <marquee> element. Add this to a widget if you like :
Code:   Select Content
<marquee direction="up" scrollamount="2">
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>
</marquee>

You can replace the following in the code above with whatever you like.
Code:   Select Content
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>
Can you give us a link to the tutorial you took the code from?

It wasn't a tutorial . It was a forum response . You are looking at the entire response . From one of your moderators .
 I copy and pasted it quite a while ago . I now am have time to attempt it . Are you going to answer my question or are you just going to continue questioning me ?

 Then either there is something wrong with my mouse or my computer because that is the code I applied to scroll the text of a widget and the mouse does not stop it as it hovers over it .

 All the other scrolling widgets in my forum work with mouse over but they were there prior . Their codes are not visible .
  
 What does the bottom code do differently than the top code ?


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Post by Derri on February 2nd 2015, 9:35 am

Can you give us a link to the tutorial you took the code from?


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Post by _Twisted_Mods_ on February 2nd 2015, 2:16 pm

dont be a azzwiz we are just trying to help

and the code is same code thats in the latest topic widget .. it makes the contents scroll and on hover it stops

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Post by azwiz on February 3rd 2015, 4:27 am

@azwiz wrote:I tried using the top code . It scrolls just fine . The mouse does not stop it . I just need to know how to make that part work please. Also what the numbers mean ?   


  It depends, which widget would you like to scroll ? While we're on the topic, you can also create custom widgets that scroll content using the <marquee> element. Add this to a widget if you like :
Code:   Select Content
<marquee direction="up" scrollamount="2">
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>
</marquee>

You can replace the following in the code above with whatever you like.
Code:   Select Content
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>
Can you give us a link to the tutorial you took the code from?

It wasn't a tutorial . It was a forum response . You are looking at the entire response . From one of your moderators .
 I copy and pasted it quite a while ago . I now am have time to attempt it . Are you going to answer my question or are you just going to continue questioning me ?

 Then either there is something wrong with my mouse or my computer because that is the code I applied to scroll the text of a widget and the mouse does not stop it as it hovers over it .

 All the other scrolling widgets in my forum work with mouse over but they were there prior . Their codes are not visible .
  
 What does the bottom code do differently than the top code ?

 by _Twisted_Mods_ Today at 6:16 am

dont be a azzwiz we are just trying to help 

and the code is same code thats in the latest topic widget .. it makes the contents scroll and on hover it stops

Do you not see where I say that no previous codes are visible . I copied the one I got from one of your mods , just the way you see it . It has continuous scrolling . Nothing stops it .

I have been looking over my last few posts ." Interesting" how you guys never respond to the topic and or the question I post . This post one is a good example . I can screenshot some more if your boss is interested in your manner of response .

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Post by Guest on February 3rd 2015, 4:38 am

Hi. If you don't see previous codes

A. It's a predefined widget, or
B. Hit this button http://prntscr.com/60fokb to change view.

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Post by azwiz on February 3rd 2015, 4:47 am

@azwiz wrote:
@azwiz wrote:I tried using the top code . It scrolls just fine . The mouse does not stop it . I just need to know how to make that part work please. Also what the numbers mean ?   


  It depends, which widget would you like to scroll ? While we're on the topic, you can also create custom widgets that scroll content using the <marquee> element. Add this to a widget if you like :
Code:   Select Content
<marquee direction="up" scrollamount="2">
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>
</marquee>

You can replace the following in the code above with whatever you like.
Code:   Select Content
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>
Can you give us a link to the tutorial you took the code from?

 It wasn't a tutorial . It was a forum response . You are looking at the entire response . From one of your moderators .
 I copy and pasted it quite a while ago . I now am have time to attempt it . Are you going to answer my question or are you just going to continue questioning me ?

 Then either there is something wrong with my mouse or my computer because that is the code I applied to scroll the text of a widget and the mouse does not stop it as it hovers over it .

 All the other scrolling widgets in my forum work with mouse over but they were there prior . Their codes are not visible .
  
 What does the bottom code do differently than the top code ?

 by _Twisted_Mods_ Today at 6:16 am

dont be a azzwiz we are just trying to help 

and the code is same code thats in the latest topic widget .. it makes the contents scroll and on hover it stops

Do you not see where I say that no previous codes are visible . I copied the one I got from one of your mods , just the way you see it . It has continuous scrolling . Nothing stops it .

I have been looking over my last few posts ." Interesting" how you guys never respond to the topic and or the question I post . This post one is a good example . I can screenshot some more if your boss is interested in your manner of response .

 by SamanthaS Today at 8:38 pm

Hi. If you don't see previous codes

A. It's a predefined widget, or
B. Hit this button http://prntscr.com/60fokb to change view.
  What am I changing the view of ? I am not concerned about the previous codes .

  Ok I now see what you mean in AP I can see codes . Now what ?  

  This is really hard for me to keep my cool . First of all I have another thread where I am begging to learn how to quote and just like this one . You all would rather play games and ridicule and insult me . It's all right here on this page and on my other thread . 
  Normally I would not accept this kind of disrespect .However , I am at your mercy .
  If I edit like I am now I cannot see your responses so i can't reply . 
  When I was looking at my responses . Some body asked me why I was quoting myself . I only can see where I quoted you guys . I do not see any instance where I quoted myself . ( sounds to me like an insult )
  Since you all are unwilling to help in any of the topics I am inquiring about . I will never learn .
  I also saw a member respond that she was going to try and help me . Then she said . If you are going to respond like that forget it . ????????????????? What did she think I said ? 
 I am a very patient person . Have been for a very long time . This run around really baffles me .

 by _Twisted_Mods_ Today at 9:15 pm

see thing is azwiz no one here has a boss we have people who enforce rules .. and keep the forum organized we are volunteers we choose to help people we are not payed to do so .. there are 100's of people on this forum all day and only so many of us who know the answers to some of these post people make ... so im sorry but if you cant be patient enough to wait till someone has some free time to assist you then i would suggest you familiarize your self with google because no one here is going to help you when your being rude and disrespectful 

any ways have a nice day

-Twisted-
  I knew that was coming . Surprised it took so long to let me know to be patient That no one could answer specifically and to not pay attention to anyone who responds until such a time sometime in the future . Someone with the right knowledge would respond with some answers . 
  I wish you could have just said that from the beginning . Now I understand . 

  Like I have said already . I am being extremely patient and mature . I know how hard it is to get anywhere with insults , disrespect , expletives , etc. I feel very good about my demeanor . Not so much about some of the mods . IMHO .

  Honesty and truth sometimes hurts . I can understand that .

   Original issue , still unanswered . Highlighted in red and italicized in middle of page .
  The other highlighted in red text is my other issue . Seriously . From another post .



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Post by SLGray on February 3rd 2015, 4:51 am

Why are you quoting your posts?


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Post by Guest on February 3rd 2015, 4:53 am

Excuse me? http://prntscr.com/60fs2r I'm a member trying to help, but if that's your response.... help yourself. I'm not impressed with your insult nor your intimidation.

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Post by _Twisted_Mods_ on February 3rd 2015, 5:15 am

see thing is azwiz no one here has a boss we have people who enforce rules .. and keep the forum organized we are volunteers we choose to help people we are not payed to do so .. there are 100's of people on this forum all day and only so many of us who know the answers to some of these post people make ... so im sorry but if you cant be patient enough to wait till someone has some free time to assist you then i would suggest you familiarize your self with google because no one here is going to help you when your being rude and disrespectful

any ways have a nice day

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In progress Let's try this again . How do you stop a scrolling widget ?

Post by azwiz on February 6th 2015, 12:34 am



Let's try this again . How do you stop a scrolling widget ? If the code says " stop on mouse over " . After installing the widget and code . Text continues to scroll with mouse over . Nothing seems to stop the text . 
    What do you think needs to be done to enable the text to be stopped ? So it can be read .
    Please note the questions with " ? " . Those are questions .

  Code:   Select Content
<marquee direction="up" scrollamount="2">
  <div onmouseover="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','0')" onmouseout="this.parentNode.setAttribute('scrollamount','2')">Mouse over to stop me !</div>
</marquee>

 by SLGray Today at 4:38 pm

It could be browser-related which means that your browser does not recognized the code.

    Yes I thought of that . Tried 3 browsers . This problem stayed the same . However I have found that there are a few features in AP that I cannot do with Maxthon my default browser .



         ""Awiz is actually be kind today, we owe it to him to at least keep our comments to ourselves and just try to solve his issue.""


  Good observation . Am still cooling off . As I always want to be productive and respectfull . Should be able to do so .


  Do I need to post a new topic to inquire about possible browser issues ?


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Post by SLGray on February 6th 2015, 12:38 am

It could be browser-related which means that your browser does not recognized the code.


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Post by Eugeo Igvalt on February 6th 2015, 3:19 am

@_Twisted_Mods_ wrote:see thing is azwiz no one here has a boss we have people who enforce rules .. and keep the forum organized we are volunteers we choose to help people we are not payed to do so .. there are 100's of people on this forum all day and only so many of us who know the answers to some of these post people make ... so im sorry but if you cant be patient enough to wait till someone has some free time to assist you then i would suggest you familiarize your self with google because no one here is going to help you when your being rude and disrespectful

any ways have a nice day

-Twisted-
He reminds me a bit of the guy who was spamming yesterday and insulting the staff. Fresh OG was his name. I see this happening all over again. 

Please do measure your words and ways of expressing yourself better, Azwiz, Eventually there will be a solution to your problem. But if you are impatient then do as Twisted suggested and use google. 

Best of Luck.

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Post by brandon_g on February 6th 2015, 3:34 am

@SLGray wrote:It could be browser-related which means that your browser does not recognized the code.
@azwiz please try this.....
Eugeo Ayano wrote:
@_Twisted_Mods_ wrote:see thing is azwiz no one here has a boss we have people who enforce rules .. and keep the forum organized we are volunteers we choose to help people we are not payed to do so .. there are 100's of people on this forum all day and only so many of us who know the answers to some of these post people make ... so im sorry but if you cant be patient enough to wait till someone has some free time to assist you then i would suggest you familiarize your self with google because no one here is going to help you when your being rude and disrespectful

any ways have a nice day

-Twisted-
He reminds me a bit of the guy who was spamming yesterday and insulting the staff. Fresh OG was his name. I see this happening all over again. 

Please do measure your words and ways of expressing yourself better, Azwiz, Eventually there will be a solution to your problem. But if you are impatient then do as Twisted suggested and use google. 

Best of Luck.
Awiz is actually be kind today, we owe it to him to at least keep our comments to ourselves and just try to solve his issue.


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Post by Worst Nightmare on February 6th 2015, 3:39 am

Seem like twisted mods have a little grammar issue in the last sentence like "your rude" doesn't makes any sense at all. It is You're not your and please use proper English if you are going to correct people. Anyway the code are a little hard to understand but getting through it is no biggie at all.

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Post by Eugeo Igvalt on February 6th 2015, 4:15 am

@Worst Nightmare wrote:Seem like twisted mods have a little grammar issue in the last sentence like "your rude" doesn't makes any sense at all. It is You're not your and please use proper English if you are going to correct people. Anyway the code are a little hard to understand but getting through it is no biggie at all.
"Doesn't makes any sense at all" 
"The code are a little hard to understand"

Um, you have some mistakes of your own, Mr. Grammar Nazi. ^^

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Post by SLGray on February 6th 2015, 5:31 am

Please do not reply unless you are offering a solution.  Please do not reply to members that are causing problems.


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