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    Menu doesn't open

    Hi there,

    I seem to be having issues opening the little sub menu that comes up wioth the edugeek icon is clicked on. When i click rather than the menu being opened nothing happens. Also when viewing the threads, and say i want to send a PM i usually click on the person's name and a sub menu appears with lots of options. This does not happen and it actually takes me to the person's profile.

    Any particular reason why this is happening.

    Thanks in advance.

    Ash.

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    It's working for me so I would suggest it might be a problem with your browser?

    Are there any yellow exclamations in the botton left of your browser that might suggest the site has not loaded correctly?

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    Hi
    What browser are you using? Can you send me the url your on when you have the issue so I can double check its not a template problem.
    There was an upgrade last night so it may have caused issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
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    What browser are you using? Can you send me the url your on when you have the issue so I can double check its not a template problem.
    There was an upgrade last night so it may have caused issues.

    Cheers
    Hiya,

    I'm using Firefox v.3.5.3 and there are no yellow exclamation marks. I wonder if something is being blocked by the web filter.

    The URL is just www.edugeek.net

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    Hmm the menu and unread pm's work for me there. Can you try it in IE to see if that has the same issue?
    Upgrades have in the past broken parts of the frontpage but it did seem to work fine last night.

    FYI the frontpage uses a different theme even regardless of user theme selection.

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    I'm using FF 3.5.3 and it works fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Hmm the menu and unread pm's work for me there. Can you try it in IE to see if that has the same issue?
    Upgrades have in the past broken parts of the frontpage but it did seem to work fine last night.

    FYI the frontpage uses a different theme even regardless of user theme selection.
    I've tried it from home on my BB connection and its working as expected in FF so looks like its something at school. Can i ask how is the menu done i.e. does it go to any sites which may be blocked i.e. ads etc.

    Ash.

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