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    Ok, I've updated the page a little bit, making the last link on the right of the menu, "Calendar" slightly smaller in width, post up a screenie or tell me if it works now please,

    http://www.bombthehills.com/test

    Thanks very much,

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    Looks better now, works fine in FF3, IE7 and Opera 9.6. The only thing would be that there is a small space between the calendar button and the edge when marked (about 2-3 px). Just increase the width a bit. The "triangle" also looks fine.
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    Yea but that's the thing, I know it looks fine in Windows, it's just on Mac I had to reduce the width, or the line breaks, so I thought by reducing the width of the "Calendar" button it would solve the problem, still need to hear from someone who can see it in on a Mac, you got one?

    Edit: Also had this issue on Linux, so if anyone can test it on there I would be grateful

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    No go there. Its weird cause it does and did fit before but then jumps done regardless. Maybe there's a default padding on one of the elements and its adding each time? Although never heard of it with an OS usually just some browsers.

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    Oh well that sucks , don't know what I'm supposed to do now =/

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    try this maybe
    Code:
    #ddtopmenubar ul li{
    color:black;
    margin:0;
    padding:0;
    }

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    Ok, I won't know till you've tested the page, but I've updated the site, see if it works now, thanks for the help so far

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    That had no effect here. If your not using that mat class try pulling that out it doesn't look like its being used anywhere but I didn't go threw all of your sheets.
    Try this maybe just to see if it is the sizing or something else.
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    #ddtopmenubar ul li{
    color:black;
    font-size: 3px;
    }

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    Ok, updated again, i'm like 90% sure it should be fixed in Mac / Linux, if not... well... WTF?!?!

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    They're all in there now

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