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Initial Email From:
Martin
Initial Email Subject: PROBLEM in Chrome
Support Case Month: January 2013

Hello
I have made a menu «at bottom-down left»
- Works ok here with IE8 {URL REMOVED}

BUT with Chrome latest ver. All Icons are centered in the middle..
- but here {URL REMOVED} -it’s ok
all menu’s are loaded from the file/place
What is wrong ??
Thanks in advanced – hope you can help me.

Regards
Martin

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Martin,

Indeed this was a bug and we have now just solved it.

Please close AllWebMenus, export the attached "awmlib.dat" file inside its installation folder to REPLACE your existing one and then re-open AllWebMenus.

Re-compile and re-upload all related files (no re-linking is needed) and check again, it should work fine now.

Best Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Martin

Thanks !
Will this be fixed in a new version ??

Regards
Martin

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Yes, once you tell us that it is fixed we will include it in the next distribution.

Best Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: Martin

I’m sorry to say – but it’s still the same problem in Chrome:
chrome menu preview
But Firefox is now working perfect

Regards
Martin

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Yes, I know… the developer told me afterwards that he didn't realize the Chrome problem, he will look at it tomorrow and will fix it.

Best Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: Martin

THANKS !
VERY GOOD SUPPORT !!!

Regards
Martin

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Martin,

Problem solved in Chrome!

See attached file to replace in your AllWebMenus installation.

Let me know if it is OK now.

Best Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: Martin

THANKS
- EVERYTHING IS OK NOW !!

Regards
Martin

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Initial Email From:
René
Initial Email Subject: Anchor #top and Google Chrome
Support Case Month: September 2012

top anchor on Google Chrome

The anchor #top doesn’t work with Google Chrome…

Like to hear from you.

Thanks!

René

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear René,

I just double-checked this and it seems to work fine in my tests. Can you send me a URL where this does not work?

Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: René

Dear Kostas,

The URL is www.koelemanconsultancy.nl

When you scroll down on a page and then click on a menu item it doesn’t go to the top of the page.

René

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear René,

This is not a problem of Chrome! The same happens in all non-IE browsers and it also happens in IE but not always.

You are loading the page inside an iframe. The page inside the iframe does load on “top” although the iframe does not have a scrollbar so you cannot really see any difference.

What you really want is two separate things:

1) Load a page in the iframe

2) Scroll the parent page to the top

In order to achieve this, you can remove the “#top” from your links and add “window.scroll(0,0);” in the JavaScript command of every menu item:

menu JavaScript  command

Regards,
Kostas
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Reply From: René

Works!

Thanks,

René

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Initial Email From:
Bill
Initial Email Subject:  Menu layer issue in Google Chrome 
Support Case Month: April 2012

Layer issue:

http://www.foxmls.com/Store-Home-Renting/Illinois/Cities/Rent-IL-City-Chicago-Hyde%20Park.aspx

chrome menu preview

chrome menu preview problem

The underlying menu floats on top

menu not in correct position

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Bill,

It seems that this is a Chrome bug related to embedded frames. I will have a look to see if it can be avoided, but I do not yet know if this is possible.

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When you position a DHTML  menu built by AllWebMenus Pro relative to an element (usually in a <td> element), you might observe a small difference in the menu's placement. It might be some pixels further away than it is in IE6,7 or Firefox (e.g. usually it is in a lower position in IE8, Chrome or Safari, than it is in IE7, Firefox etc). This is caused due to the different way IE8, Chrome and Safari render the content of a table’s cell (<td> element).

IE8, Chrome and Safari vertically align the content of a table's cell in its center, whereas all the other browsers align it on the top and that's the reason you observe a difference in the placement of the DHTML menu in your page. To overcome this issue, you just have to add the attribute valign="top" in the element you have positioned the menu and you will get the required functionality.

For example if you want to  place your menu in a <td> element instead of the following:

<td id="awmAnchor-menu">&nbsp;</td>

you have to use the following:

<td id="awmAnchor-menu"valign="top">&nbsp;</td>

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These are the new features and fixes introduced in version 5.1.748 of AllWebMenus Web Menu Maker (released on September 8, 2008):

- Support for Google Chrome BETA browser is now added. Read more...

- Added the feature, which specifies whether an Item whose property matches the URL of the loaded web page will be highlighted by default. Read more...

- An asterisk (*) is now added next to filename on the Titlebar when changes to the project have been made.

- Fixed a Firefox issue with menus using the "Menu Floats on Scroll" feature. In some cases the menu did not appear on the page.

- Fixed an issue with item margins occurring on Netscape only (old browser).

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