select forum pulldown blocks main site menu pulldown
Thread poster: Jeff Allen

Jeff Allen  Identity Verified
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Local time: 09:04
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Jan 3, 2006

The "select forum" pulldown is fore-fronted and thus blocks menu items in the "ProZ site main menu" pulldown. This can only be seen on main menu pulldowns that are long enough to go up to and beyond the "select forum" pull down. This can be found with at least 2 of the main menu pull downs (My ProZ.com and Community, from what I recall).
See the screen shot at the link below for one example:
http://www.geocities.com/langtecheval/proz-menu-pulldown-blocked-by-selectforum-pulldown.jpg

This could be a bug that is found in other areas of the site as well.

This bug was found on 2 January 2006 in Internet Explorer 6

Jeff Allen


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Colin Brady
Local time: 04:04
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Menu bug Jan 3, 2006

Hi Jeff,

I have known about this bug for just a few days and I'm working on figuring out exactly what is happening. However, thanks for reporting it. It seems to only happen in Internet Explorer.

Best Regards,
Colin


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