toolbar menus

Wyle

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Dec 4, 2011
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When reading a thread, there's a Forum toolbar near the top of the page (New Posts, Private Messages, FAQ, ...) that has some drop down sub-menus. These work fine.

Right above the first post on a page, there's a thread toolbar (View First Unread, LinkBack, Thread Tools, Search Thread, Rate This Thread). It looks like the last 4 entries have drop down submenus as well, but they are "hidden" behind the thread post. The search one pokes out to the right of the thread a bit so I can see what it is.

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The rating one come up above the thread toolbar, but its partially blocked by the # of likes thing. The sub-picks for the other are buried.

Win XP-SP2, IE 7.0
 

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Jman423

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Wyle said:
When reading a thread, there's a Forum toolbar near the top of the page (New Posts, Private Messages, FAQ, ...) that has some drop down sub-menus. These work fine.

Right above the first post on a page, there's a thread toolbar (View First Unread, LinkBack, Thread Tools, Search Thread, Rate This Thread). It looks like the last 4 entries have drop down submenus as well, but they are "hidden" behind the thread post. The search one pokes out to the right of the thread a bit so I can see what it is.

View attachment 1838

The rating one come up above the thread toolbar, but its partially blocked by the # of likes thing. The sub-picks for the other are buried.

Win XP-SP2, IE 7.0

There seems to be a pattern...

Your browser is in "Compatibility Mode" which will cause errors on many websites. Internet Explorer, the thorn in ever web developer's ass, is the cause of this problem. If you turn this mode off, or use any other browser, the problem you describe doesn't exist.

To the right of the address bar in IE is the button to control compatibility mode, please turn it off for GMTNation and everything should work as intended.
 
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Sparky

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Dec 4, 2011
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Wyle said:
Win XP-SP2, IE 7.0

There are two problems right there. Both your OS and your web browser are out of date. You really should install Service Pack 3 and IE 8 (if you insist on using IE that is :wink:).

Jman423 said:
Your browser is in "Compatibility Mode" which will cause errors on many websites.

Funny how ironic that is, isn't it?
 
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