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    Default i see sometimes in contents of sitemap menu like a tree file system

    i see sometimes in contents of sitemap menu, or else,a like a tree file system menu that expands and collapse... you have such script here? or what keyword search?

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    Can you post an example of what you are looking for?

    Glossy Accordion Menu or Slashdot Menu sound like what you may be looking for.
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    http://kat.ph/nipponsei-sengoku-coll...-t6700055.html

    THIS
    [Nipponsei] Sengoku Collection ED2 Single B - Darling to Madonna [Kikkawa Yuu].zip (Size: 38.52 MB)
    EXPANDS / COLLAPSE BUT I WANT MANY LEVELS...

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    I think I see what you are talking about. Flex Level Drop Down Menu (v1.3) and Simple Tree Menu appear to be the closest to the example you gave.
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