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Gabe Rankin:-
I have a question about the .left class that's being applied to the Information nav item. what is its purpose? at the moment in chrome (for mac, version 26.0.1410.65) at full width on my monitor (wider than 1024) i'm seeing the first-level dropdown menu underneath 'Information' as too narrow, and then the subsequent second level items without a background.

when i remove the .left class the dropdown correctly expands to an expected width, and the second-level items also look correct
(26.04.2013, 16:51)

Stu:-
The purpose of this is that when the menu is in horizontal dropdown mode then the Information nav dropdown and flyout sub menus drop and fly to the left to stop the sub menus going off screen.
Not sure why you should have a problem on the Mac Chrome as I tested using this and it was ok.
(26.04.2013, 17:37)



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