Add Spry Widgets to Dreamweaver Insert Bar Spry Group

Hi. I'm trying to work out how to add Spry widgets to
Dreamweaver's
Insert bar.
I downloaded Spry for Ajax 1.6 and copied the the contents of
the
SpryTooltip Folder.
I did a search in Adobe Dreamweaver's program folder for
everything Spry.
I pasted SpryTooltip everywhere in Dreamweaver that Spry
references
exist. I even created a .png icon for Spry ToolTip in:
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3\configuration\Objects\Spry
I opened Dreamweaver and there it was in my insert bar! My
icon for Spry
tooltip!
I tried to insert it into a blank age and got the message:
"Trigger
event missing" or something like that.
I'm sure there must be a way to add these new widgets to
Dreamweaver's
insert bar in the Spry group.
Can someone please tell me how to do it. Starting with
SpryTooltip.
and...
I might as well go ahead and ask how to add new Spry Effects
to
Dreamweaver's behavior panel as well. Let's say "Pulsate" for
an example.
PS. I've already asked this at the Spry Forum. No one has
replied yet.
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/webforums/forum/messageview.cfm?forumid=72&catid=602&threadid =1312010&enterthread=y
Thank you!
Dameon

hey,
I am a newbie to Spry too. I asked a similar question in the
Spry Forum.
It seems that you can not get the widgets into the Insert Bar
or on theBehavioral Panel.
To get the widgets to work, you only have the option to link
to them from your spry folder.
Spry is exciting, yet, it is still a new method, so the
WYSIWYG interface thing is still developing. Unfortunaly, if you
want to use Spry, you need to get dirty with the code stufff.
So, I too, use Spry sparingly.....
Hope that helps.

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