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Hi Bernhard, *,

On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 2:02 PM, Bernhard Dippold
<> wrote:
Christian Lohmaier schrieb:
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 :-)

Right - I'd like to see this too
(perhaps an even more light green for the hover menu?)

And would it be possible to have a regular font for the top level menu when
you're on a second level page (still open question on the actual design)?

Hmm - I don't understand. The font is regular, isn't it?
Or do you mean you don't want "Get Help" in bold when you're on

In that case, it is just a matter of making use of the difference
between the "current" and "section" classes.

So yes, not only possible, but also easy to do :-)

[need to go down, then left/right to avoid collapsing the menu]
Perhaps reaction time of the hover menu might become slower (especially
after changes in direction)?

Doable with javascript/jquery, but won't work without javascript.

But of course it is very difficult to decide whether one moves the
mouse to go to the sumbenu, or whether you really wanted to go to the
next top-level menu and open its submenu. So you might get a longer
delay in that case...


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