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 Menu Problem, Tony Hardin, October 28, 2002
     Re:Menu Problem, Anonymous, October 29, 2002
         Re:Menu Problem, Tony Hardin, October 29, 2002
             Re:Menu Problem, Erik Arvidsson, October 29, 2002
                 Re:Menu Problem, Tony Hardin, October 30, 2002
                     Re:Menu Problem, Leopard, November 20, 2002
                         Re:Menu Problem, Fidelio, January 3, 2003

Subject: Re:Menu Problem From: Tony Hardin Date: October 30, 2002

Erik:

Excellent news! ETA on update?

Tony

From: Erik Arvidsson
Sent: October 29, 2002
Subject: Re:Menu Problem

The solution is to use a css string instead of a css file. The upcoming update will allow you to use menu.cssText instead of menu.cssFile.

erik

From: Tony Hardin
Sent: October 29, 2002
Subject: Re:Menu Problem

Don:

Thank you, much appriciated. Would really like an upgraded solution.

Tony

From: Anonymous
Sent: October 29, 2002
Subject: Re:Menu Problem

I had a similar problem when we changed the dhtml menu script to respond to mouse-over events. It only appeard in browsers with the specific "IE cache setting" set to "Always load page from server". The solution was to either move the css-file to a second http-server or to reference the css-file with file:///directory/menu.css.

Hope that helps, 
Don

P.S: Eric, did you have a solution or an idea for this ?

From: Tony Hardin
Sent: October 28, 2002
Subject: Re:Menu Problem

http://webfx.eae.net/dhtml/dhtmlmenu4/simpledemo.html

I'd like to use your menu, but have discovered a bug. If you click on a menu, then drag the mouse left or right to select another menu, sometimes if going quickly you can open what appears to be a never-ending loop as IE (6) tries to download the stylesheet. I've tried moving the css to the page, but the script needs the pointer to the css file.

Tony








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