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Στις 06/02/2011 12:59 μμ, ο/η Christian Lohmaier έγραψε:
Hi Ivan, *,

On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 4:41 AM, Ivan M.<>  wrote:
Hmm - the "interesting" variant is missing, i.e. the case when there
is already a second-level menu :-)

Or does that proposal imply that the second-menu navbar will no longer
be shown permanently?

One usability issue with a horizontally spread hover-menu is that you
cannot move diagonally, since the menu will collapse before you reach
the goal, i.e. start over Home, move to the right to Features → hover
menu is shown, move diagonally to the writer item → chances are that
you will hover over download first, and thus the menu disappears →
frustrated user. The user has to go down to the second level menu
first, then can move left/right....

Hi Christian  is possible this menu ? Is nice . ;-)

But my problem is not the menu but the *colorbox is the name of the specific javascript-popup* , I can't find the way to use it .
Can tell me please some steps to make it .

Thank you
Best Regards

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