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Author Topic: CPG 1.1d and Nuke 6.9 Menu Java Error :cry:  (Read 5855 times)

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MsAlisha

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CPG 1.1d and Nuke 6.9 Menu Java Error :cry:
« on: October 18, 2003, 09:05:25 pm »

[size=14]Ok, I have had Zero Problem with install, although when testing, I found an error that I have no idea how or why it is there.  Under a Normal user/admin then you click on the @ icon the Menu apears up and away from the Modual in the header section of the page? Any idea why or where I can fix this?

I would Appear the Error is in the Menu configuration in the themes, theme.php.  Main_Menu1 when you Mouseover the @ it apears in the wrong place??? Useing Theme igames.




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CPG 1.1d and Nuke 6.9 Menu Java Error :cry:
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2003, 09:13:59 pm »

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All the affected themes.
« Reply #2 on: October 19, 2003, 05:27:10 am »

Eyeball (with the house icon)
iGames
Mac OS X
Project VII


I think the problem is that the positioning was intended for standalone CPG and was never changed for the PHP-Nuke port.
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Re: All the affected themes.
« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2003, 05:29:50 am »

Very Possible~ I killed that theme and oved on to another! In Fact I like the new one better! Just haddnt posted that yet! :) So its all better now! Thanks!

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Eyeball (with the house icon)
iGames
Mac OS X
Project VII


I think the problem is that the positioning was intended for standalone CPG and was never changed for the PHP-Nuke port.
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