fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by [RZ] » Mon Jul 21, 2014 5:21 pm

those words are out of context at all
this is a figurative expression to emphasize the other point
i can use the same words in 1st person, and i'm not meaning that i'm doing this
if i say, i cannot take this and do this, i'm not meaning that i'm taking this and doing this - the example is applicable to the point of the discussion, and the discussion was not you nor me
other member gave his point of view and you deleted all the thread; as other members are free to post what they want, the same applies for the others' point of view, as well no offenses; the same applies to code, as well as you, me, he, she, we, they, etc has the permission to do so
hey, you should not drive beyond 110 kph in the highway - am i saying that you are driving at this speed? this applies if we were talking about driving with caution, right? -- but i have my driving license! so what?

** edit **

seems you edited your post, however, this one is still valid

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by mathieu_bond » Mon Jul 21, 2014 5:25 pm

Hi all

i m not sure I understand all what is written about my extension
but i develop it by myself for a website where i needed it ( it s a short code)
and wanted to share it with the community
i didn't see ( or didn't find a similar extension)

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by FX3D » Mon Jul 21, 2014 5:40 pm

[RZ] wrote:@fx3d
this depends on the terms and conditions and on the owner's copyright
a few days ago, a lawyer told me something interesting with a simple sample, an image can be done with photoshop or paint, if they are similar, for the law is the end of the conversation; does not matter if they were built with different tools
anyhow, seems that here is a personal issue with me, kinda i don't let anybody to build and distribute their extensions, so it is advisable that you ask your lawyer
Tov, toda [Rz]

Shalom :D :D

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by [RZ] » Mon Jul 21, 2014 5:41 pm

wow, you are fluent in hebrew hu?

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by FX3D » Mon Jul 21, 2014 9:56 pm

[RZ] wrote:wow, you are fluent in hebrew hu?
Ha Ivrit sheli lo kol kakh tova :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Parlez vu en francais ?

Snakker du Norsk ?

I just like the structure of language [Rz], although I speak very few :cry: to make an effort is of worthy respect to the "foreign" person. There is but one race, the human race :wink: :P

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by [RZ] » Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:05 pm

i'm impressed how you said this with the correct male/female adjective
even natives usually mess up these things
kol hakavod!

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by bburgess » Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:30 am

mathieu_bond wrote:Hi all

i m not sure I understand all what is written about my extension
but i develop it by myself for a website where i needed it ( it s a short code)
and wanted to share it with the community
i didn't see ( or didn't find a similar extension)
Just wanted to say Thank You for the extension :), the thread seems to have changed course tho.
KISS is the key!

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by maxime » Tue Sep 16, 2014 9:41 pm

and do not forget. some extension are free others are not so if there is more then one extension who do the samething then it is great, specially if it is free.

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by derold » Fri Apr 01, 2016 5:41 am

wwb-10

This is just what I need
Ok I am confused when I load the sample page. sroll_fixe_element extensions shows on page. and works in preview
But i can't find it in the toolbox. fixed_element_depending_scroll.wbx

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Re: fixe the position of an element depending of scroll

Post by derold » Fri Apr 01, 2016 6:03 am

wwb-10


Never mined I got it. I used extension manager to install and now it works

Thank you very cool Extension

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