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 DHTML Menu > framesets, Paul Yan, August 20, 2003
     Re:DHTML Menu > framesets, Emil A Eklund, August 22, 2003
         Re:DHTML Menu > framesets, Bob Ryskamp, August 25, 2003
             Re:DHTML Menu > framesets, Erik Arvidsson, August 26, 2003
                 Re:DHTML Menu > framesets, Jason Tsai, August 27, 2003
                     Re:DHTML Menu > framesets, Erik Arvidsson, August 28, 2003
                         Re:DHTML Menu > framesets, Bob Ryskamp, August 28, 2003

Subject: Re:DHTML Menu > framesets From: Bob Ryskamp Date: August 25, 2003

Thanks for your reply, Emil. I am the co-designer on this project--

The submenus come off of the top level menu fine; the entire menu, however, is calculating its position off the top left corner of the window--not of the frame, as desired.

is it possible to set the position relatively, i.e. to anchor it to something other than the window edge? you mention setting it "manually"--but "absolute" positioning does not work for us as the frames change size. are you referring to something else?

From: Emil A Eklund
Sent: August 22, 2003
Subject: Re:DHTML Menu > framesets

Does this only affect the placement of the top level menu, or does it affect the sub menus as well?
If not, I suggest you try to manually set the position of the top level menu, until this has been solved.

/Emil A Eklund (emil@eae.net)
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[ DHTML Menu ] When I place my entire DHTML Menu (not just the popup) in a frameset, the popup is misaligned. I believe the problem is in poslib's getScreenLeft/getScreenTop functions. Has anyone run into this problem? It is absolutely crucial that framesets be used.






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