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Old 12-10-2012, 12:14 PM   #267
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Ahhhh ! That makes sense now that I think about it.

Nevermind
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Old 12-16-2012, 09:52 AM   #268
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Forum Irritation After Last Update

The row of headers at the top of the page (Home - Forums - RVForums - Owners Forums - Photos - Classifieds - Campgrounds - More) automatically open as you mouse across them. This means that during normal forum usage, these automatically open when you don't want them to. The next header row (UserCP - Register - Vendors - Files - Blogs - FAQ ....) do not open, but instead turn black at you mouse over them. This is MUCH better.

I ask that you consider making the top header row operate like the second header row.
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Old 12-16-2012, 10:07 AM   #269
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Thanks for your suggestion, we'll take it under consideration.
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Old 12-17-2012, 02:39 PM   #270
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The row of headers at the top of the page (Home - Forums - RVForums - Owners Forums - Photos - Classifieds - Campgrounds - More) automatically open as you mouse across them. This means that during normal forum usage, these automatically open when you don't want them to. The next header row (UserCP - Register - Vendors - Files - Blogs - FAQ ....) do not open, but instead turn black at you mouse over them. This is MUCH better.

I ask that you consider making the top header row operate like the second header row.
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Thanks for your suggestion, we'll take it under consideration.
I see what he means, and its bothered me a few times as well.. However, instead of eliminating the Drop-down on Mouse-over, I would suggest changing it to 'on Hover' and adding a second of lag.
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Old 12-17-2012, 03:21 PM   #271
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Chrome/IE on a Commodore 64

Seriously: Windows XP, and on both Chrome and IE.

Heh heh..we still have one of those in our basement with the tape recorder type data loader.
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The row of headers at the top of the page (Home - Forums - RVForums - Owners Forums - Photos - Classifieds - Campgrounds - More) automatically open as you mouse across them. This means that during normal forum usage, these automatically open when you don't want them to. The next header row (UserCP - Register - Vendors - Files - Blogs - FAQ ....) do not open, but instead turn black at you mouse over them. This is MUCH better.

I ask that you consider making the top header row operate like the second header row.
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