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DHTML Menu 4 uses the IE popup object, which is a windowed control. windowed controls can be z-indexed against other windowed controls like the IE select control.
Brian R. James
Sent: March 29, 2005
Subject: Re:couple questions
Was poking around DHTML Menu 4, and was wondering how the menu overcomes the SELECT Z-index issue on IE? I didn't see the typical method of either hiding or overlaying SELECT controls...
Also on a more general note, wondering whether anyone here knows whether prototype methods are subject to the same memory leak issue as "regular" closures on DOM elements? Hope that makes some sense...
Thanks so much in advance!