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    Unhappy Help Needed With JS Menu

    Hey Guys,

    I put a JS menu on my site but I keep getting a small glitch and im hoping someone here knows how I can fix it! Basically when you hover your mouse above one of the top menus, a few more options drop down for you to choose. If you move your mouse down slowly then the drop down selections dissapear. You have to move your mouse really fast in order to catch it and even that doesnt always work!

    Have a look for yourself:

    http://www.newagegangsters.com


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    Username: pixel
    Password: test

    Heres the JS File:

    http://www.newagegangsters.com/ddsmoothmenu.js

    Thanks,

    Craig.

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    I've not logged in but I suspect that it's because there's a small (possibly 1 pixel) gap between the top button and the menu, when you pass over that gap you're no longer over the link. When you move the mouse fast it moves more than a single pixel at once, skipping the gap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y_Less View Post
    I've not logged in but I suspect that it's because there's a small (possibly 1 pixel) gap between the top button and the menu, when you pass over that gap you're no longer over the link. When you move the mouse fast it moves more than a single pixel at once, skipping the gap.
    How would I go about finding if there is a gap? and how would I remove it?

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    I'd suggest getting firebug and when you hover over elements it will show you exactly what areas they cover. There's a number of ways to remove it depending on what causes it. An example without the need to login would be helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y_Less View Post
    I'd suggest getting firebug and when you hover over elements it will show you exactly what areas they cover. There's a number of ways to remove it depending on what causes it. An example without the need to login would be helpful.
    http://newagegangsters.com/testFramework.html

    Above is an example of the page without the need to login.

    And the wierd thing is, that page is not lagging! Only when the menu is on a page controlled by the AJAX framework. Is it causing some sort of lag? If so, how can it be fixed?

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