When the Site Navigation Bar is set to "Show Only As Needed" problems with the layout of dropdown menus occur. When changing from a page that uses the Site Navigation Bar, to one that does not, any drop down menus on the page will open below where it should open by the height of the bar. Likewise when changing from a page that does not use bar, to one that does, the menus open a bar's height above where they should open. I have found this bug in the Linux version of Mozilla, but I tested it in the Windows version and it seems to work correctly there. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Set View > Show/Hide > Site Navigation Bar > Show Only As Needed 2.Go to a page that uses the bar (example, www.slashdot.org) 3.Go to a page that does not use the bar (example, www.freshmeat.net) 4.Open a dropdown menu on that page Actual Results: The menu opens, but it is shifted a distance equal to the height of the Site Navigation Bar down the page. Expected Results: The menu should open just underneath the menu header.
Confirming issue under Linux Redhat 6.2 Feb 07th build (2002-02-07-07).
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Priority: -- → P3
I can reproduce this issue on either site: Go to slashdot.org and freshmeat.net Hide Navigator Toolbar Click on a select menu on page Drop down menu is offset
I assume this is a problem with toolbars in general then, and not just the SiteNavigation Bar?
This will be fixed by my work in bug 91516.
WFM on trunk build 2002071708, Win XP. Resolving.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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