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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:19

mac user says they can't see the menu, help!


Poster: hulleric
Dated: Friday November 14 2003 - 15:42:47 GMT

I have the menu implemented and I have a user who is on a Mac and using ie 5.0 and he says he can not see the menu. That there appears to be a frame over the menu. I am on a pc is there someone on a Mac that can help me?

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Poster: John
Dated: Friday November 14 2003 - 19:09:48 GMT

IE5.2.3 opens the sub-menu about 175-200px below the main menu. However, everything seems to function OK. Safari1(v85) opens the sub about 5 px below the main menu. Nothing is 'hidden' in either case.

However, on IE the window scroll bars indicate that the overall page is much wider and taller than the viewable window (19" monitor). I don't see this problem on Safari.

You are somewhat down-level. RC25 is current, vs. the RC20 you're running.


Poster: hulleric
Dated: Friday November 14 2003 - 21:20:03 GMT

How do I fix...However, on IE the window scroll bars indicate that the overall page is much wider and taller than the viewable window (19" monitor). I don't see this problem on Safari. ?

What is different in RC25? And how important is it to stay current. I just downloaded rc20.


Poster: John
Dated: Friday November 14 2003 - 23:35:26 GMT

hulleric wrote:How do I fix...However, on IE the window scroll bars indicate that the overall page is much wider and taller than the viewable window (19" monitor). I don't see this problem on Safari. ?

Not sure yet. Just got home from fire duties and have to go back out again. If somebody else sees it please jump in.
hulleric wrote:What is different in RC25? And how important is it to stay current. I just downloaded rc20.

Have not gotten the info from Andy, so I can't tell you. However, every release has something fixed in it, some releases many things. It is critical to stay on top of things, especially in a beta situation.