Poor Loser

Yeah, that’s right, I’m a poor loser! Losing sux fat (*$&%. I hate losing!!! I play to win, not lose. BS, yo.

…anyway, congrats to the winners. Enjoy it while you can.

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2 Replies to “Poor Loser”

  1. the second one was weird.. if you intialiy rollover them nothing happens, when you click one, it apprenlty makes them all work and then you can rollover the other ones to get drop downs. That is very odd.

  2. Brandy,

    Actually, the menu in the 2nd example is working of a trained behavior model. It is based on the exact behavior that a desktop menu system uses. Try your app menu in your browser and you will see that it operates exactly the same. The only oddity in their representation is that when you click on a “more” item it actually closes the window. In this instance, the click should not register.

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