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Taken From The Forum: Archived Topics for the old Version 3.0 JavaScript Menu
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Last Updated: Wednesday July 18 2012 - 06:07:19

My menu is trembling in netscape 6

Poster: crawley
Dated: Sunday November 3 2002 - 17:51:24 GMT

I have moved the code up and down and round and round but when I run the 'following' menu with a simple text scroller the only way I can get it to display in netscape is to put the script after the scroller script and then the menu 'trembles' - any ideas? see
I've stripped the page of almost everything else and still its 'scared'.

Any ideas anyone?

Poster: patglenn
Dated: Wednesday November 6 2002 - 17:19:42 GMT

I tested your page in NS6.2 and it works fine, jus so ya know ;)

Poster: kevin3442
Dated: Wednesday November 6 2002 - 20:04:08 GMT

Hi Crawley

Only one minor suggestion: I see that you're using v3.5.03 of mmenu.js. You might try getting the latest version (3.5.07)... I noticed in the version notes that there was some flickering problem that was fixed in 3.5.05 (it was specifically for flickering of submenus in NS6 using frames, but who knows... maybe yours is another side effect. Worth a shot anyway).


Poster: trytrix
Dated: Sunday November 10 2002 - 23:12:41 GMT


I think this phenomenon is not only related to Netscape or the menu version !
"Mainmenu",                   // Menu Name - This is needed in order for this menu to be called
250,                          // Menu Top - The Top position of this menu in pixels
5,                            // Menu Left - The Left position of this menu in pixels
25,                           // Menu Width - Menus width in pixels
1,                            // Menu Border Width
"left:middle",  // Screen Position - here you can use "center; left; right; middle; top; bottom"  or a combination
Recently, I accidentally combined "Menu top" and "Screen position". Result : menu trembles !!


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