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What is meant by "flicker"?  If you mouse is hovering over the link, does
it just change to gray or does the color keep trying to change back and
forth while hovering over the link?

I like to use the hover option where it is one color when seen and a
different color, but close to the original one, while your mouse is
hovering.  Say dark green when seen normally and a lighter green when you
are hovering over the link.

As far as I know, that is becoming a "normal" practice for many sites and
site developers.

With 'flickering' I meant that an already highlighted menu item changes it'
s color back to grey if you hover over it.
IMHO this gives the impression of it still being able to perform some
action, as it looks like the other (non-active) menu items.

I agree with you that it seems to be common practice to use a light shade
of green when hovering over an already active menu item:

#portal-globalnav .selected a:hover {
background: rgb(27, 179, 4);
color: White;
height: 0.1em;

That indeed makes un-hovering feel a lot less abrupt.


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