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Thread began 11/30/2009 3:58 pm by neo314 | Last modified 12/09/2009 2:52 pm by neo314 | 1045 views | 5 replies


Originally Said By: Dani Chankhour
  In regard to the first issue, you are correct, it is an IE issue but sometimes we could over come this issue by adding a zoom property or a position relative to the menu.  

Since javascript is used to display and hide the flyout menu, why not provide a setting to set the number of miliseconds (or seconds) before the change (e.g. onMouseOut do a function that waits x miliseconds before hiding).

I have not delved into the extension that much, so I am making some assumptions here.

UPDATE: I just tested and padding the sub-menu instead of providing a margin still creates the space, but as far as the browser is concerned, the mouse is still over the element so the fly-out menu stays open.

Originally Said By: Dani Chankhour
  In regard to the second issue, i was not able to reproduce it. I attached a screen shot of the left menu being expanded all the way.

Once you have a live page up and running, please send me a link to further look into these issue.  

Well I might be able to provide you a zip of the files. Here is a screen shot:

Did you examine the third question?

  Lastly, when I selected in the theme Design => Current => Entire Navigation Route, all my menu options were displayed in their hover configuration on the home page.  

Here is a screenshot:

(Note: I reset the left column to a fixed height.)

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