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Leo:-
Sorry to say that this menu shows odd behaviour in Firefox 1.0.8 on Linux.

The rightmost menu-items work more or less correct, after initial strange effects. The leftmost though, do not work. Same initial strange effect, menu button finally shows up correct, but the underlying menu-items disappear when the mouse scrolls down.

HtH. Best wishes.
Cheers,
Leo.
(01.01.2007, 20:56)

Stu:-
Unfortunately this browser along with, Mozilla, Netscape IE5.x are not able to handle this complexity. Works fine in IE6, IE7, Opera and Firefox on Windows PC.
(03.01.2007, 15:30)

Tim:-
Stu these are great accessibility features for drop down menus.

Has this ever been done with JS? It must have been done with flash in the past?

Another amazing menu, thanks Stu.
(04.01.2007, 01:06)

Stu:-
Tim, some javascript menus has a delayed close function www.opencube.com/prod_imenus.html for example.
Whilst this does not have a delay it does allow some latitude when accidentally moving off a sub level link.
(04.01.2007, 08:06)

Leo:-
Update: I decided to try and make it work in FF 1.0.8, so I stripped the page down to just the inline styles and the info-div with everything in it. Guess what? It works fine now, so it seems to me that the "standard" stylesheets on the page were interfering and causing the "strange behaviour.
(04.01.2007, 11:25)

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