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  • Floating Menu

    Hey, sorry to ask such a newbie question, but:

    Is there a way to turn off that floating menu on the left side, and basically freeze it in place as normal HTML ? It's kind of annoying to navigate that menu, especially since not all browsers handle it correctly.

  • #2
    The only way to turn it off would be to turn Javascript off...so there is really no way to freeze it in place. What browser are you using?

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    • #3
      Opera

      I am using Opera; it's what I use to browse everything else. In Opera, the menu sometimes decides to scroll off just as I am moving my mouse over it. That's not good because it's hard to actually click things that way. Also, a couple times I got the menu to lock in an infinite loop where it would scroll off, on, off, on... Reloading the page fixes this however.
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      In Mozilla, the menu seems a bit more stable, but its main annoyance is still there -- you have to wait for it to appear in order to click anything. This may sound like a petty complaint, but then, I am a petty person :-)

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      • #4
        Just downloaded the newest version of Opera and it seems to display the site ok for me. The menu is a little slow but other than that it performs well. I'm not sure if it will make a difference but I downloaded the newest version with "Sun Java Runtime Environment version 1.4"

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        • #5
          We also look terrible in Lynx
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Doug Nelson
            We also look terrible in Lynx


            I am using Opera too. I was using version 6.05, and it didn't work great in that, but now I upgraded to the Opera 7 beta with Java 1.4.1 and now it works perfectly.

            - David

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            • #7
              We've been on the bleeding edge of website technology for a few months now. It's almost time for the "when are you going to stop using archaic 2002 technology" complaints to start
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