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SoThink DHTML Menu Conversion

SoThink DHTML Menu Conversion

SoThink DHTML Menu Conversion

I'm helping to repair issues with a website. The owner used SoThink DHTML Menu program to create all of his menu's, but there are now a number of broken links, etc.

I cloned his website, then downloaded the latest version (9.8) of SoThink DHTML Menu.... If I look at his Java Script file, his version is 3.2! I don't have a converter to reformat that file, and the converter provided by SoThink only works with file version 4.x or higher.
I found a website that said I can just tell the program to open the older version, which has a file extension of ".stm" and that should work (the newer SoThink uses file extension ".pgt"). However, when I go to "publish" that menu, the results do not include any pointers to the web pages.

First question: anyone know how to convert the old to new?
Second: anyone know why the content is missing the page links?

Thank you very much for any suggestions!

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