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Thread: Chrome CSS Dropdown - submenu display bug?

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    Exclamation Chrome CSS Dropdown - submenu display bug?

    1) Script Title: Chrome CSS Drop Down Menu (v2.5)

    2) Script URL (on DD): http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/chrome/

    3) Describe problem: On my site when you hover over a submenu and then return to the main menu bar the submenu collapses and will not open again except by moving off the top menu selection and back on again. Very annoying.
    Same in FF3 and IE8 and Chrome.

    Your demo menus at http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/chrome/ dont have this problem but I cant find out why.
    On your version when the mouse returns to the main menu there is a flicker and then the sub menus remain visible.

    I have tried changing the disappeardelay and the enablereveal settings in the js file - no diff.

    My site is www.birdtribes.net

    Your help would be appreciated -
    N.D.

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    One other question - I am very disappointed that if js is turned off the menu does not default to a simpler behavior that still works. Wouldnt it be a simple thing for someone who understands what they are doing (not me ) to make it still work in a less groovy fashion when js is turned off? Thanks N.D.

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    Just discovered a related problem... If you click the main menu item instead of hover then the submenu collapses. Arghhhh....

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    Maybe I should post this in the bugs forum?

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    Default If anyone ever answers this ...

    It looks like no one is going to answer this question
    Oh well I guess I will look elsewhere for a functioning script with support.
    Or...
    surprise me

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    Default Anyone out there?

    Bumpitty bumpitty bump

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