Nifty Corners Cube

Yeh, yeh. We all know we love rounded corners, but creating them is still painful these days. Nifty Corners Cube is a solid, scripted implementation that has all sorts of capabilities. Very handy.

4 Comments Nifty Corners Cube

  1. Zane

    Nifty Corners, are just that, nifty but not revolutionary by any means. The biggest flaw is that they require images. This flaw means that you can not use these rounded corners on a page with a patterned background or on a dragable window. And if you decide to use them on a window with plain background you have to make new images for every colour combination (rounded window and background) that you are using, and for any new combinations that you will make in the future, which in my opinion is a wasted effort.

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  2. Chris N.

    Have you tried Nifty Corners Cube (the 3rd version)? It supposedly automatically detects colors which would disagree with what you’re saying. I have yet to get it working though… May go with the CSSplay/Krazy Korners solutions to avoid the Javascript hassle.

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  3. Mattdaddym

    Zane,
    Your comments on Nifty Corners are 100% incorrect. You should not post a comment based on an assumption. You obviously have not even looked at Nifty Corners or you would understand otherwise. Lame.

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