Submenus are quite unusable in IE 7, likely in IE6 too. Looks like a IE/CSS problem. Submenus disappears on mouse over.

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Status:Active» Fixed

IE7 issues with drop-down menus were fixed in head. I won't be fixing this for IE6.

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.

Version:7.x-1.0-rc1» 7.x-1.11
Status:Closed (fixed)» Active
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Once more problem with drop down menus in IE 7. Issue exists in both D6 and d7 versions of Corolla.
Screenshot attached

Status:Active» Fixed

Fixed again in revisions 7.x-1.12 and 6.x-1.12.

Version:7.x-1.11» 6.x-1.12
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Version 6.x-1.12

1.) The title of the menu disappears on mouse over (css-problem) in IE7. Firefox is o.k.
2.) On mouse over in IE7 it makes a little jump.

See screenshot.

Status:Fixed» Needs review

Changing status so that I won't forget it.

Status:Needs review» Needs work

In my browser (IE7) the submenus not disappears on mouse over? Only the text is white!

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1.) The title of the menu disappears on mouse over (css-problem) in IE7. Firefox is o.k.

In my browser (IE7) the submenus not disappears on mouse over? Only the text is white!

This seems to be resolved as of release 6.x-1.15

2.) On mouse over in IE7 it makes a little jump.

I spend 30 minutes on this issue but I was unable to figure out what is causing it.

Title:Drop-down menu submenus IE issueIE7: Drop-down menu submenus IE issue
Version:6.x-1.12» 6.x-1.15
Status:Needs work» Postponed (maintainer needs more info)

It works perfectly in my IE8. I change title and version.

I didn't see before that some reports above referred to 7.x. What do you want this thread for, Jarek?

Priority:Normal» Minor
Status:Postponed (maintainer needs more info)» Active

The little jump issue is still present in both versions, so lets change status to active.

After update to 6.x-1.15 the text is still white.

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@breitner I'm unable to reproduce it, check my screenshot.

BTW, I will be working on better compatibility with IE soon, I have already found an awesome library that adds support for rounded corners.

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edit: sorry, irrelevant.

For curved corner (border-radius) cross browser look here:

http://www.htmlremix.com/css/curved-corner-border-radius-cross-browser

Version:6.x-1.15» 6.x-1.20
Priority:Minor» Normal

Note to others, where the menu is in list form perhaps only on some pages, like the image in post #3 (ie7.jpg)

If the page has more than 31 style-sheets on the page, try installing the IE CSS Optimizer module, which will fix this known issue: "Internet Explorer will refuse to load more than 31 linked style-sheets." http://drupal.org/project/ie_css_optimizer

After installing IE CSS Optimizer module all is well 8o)

Or turn on CSS aggregation and get the performance gain as well :)

Absolutely -- if you're done messing with the CSS and tpl.php's 8o)

But while developing themes or modules the IE CSS Optimizer is the right solution, which could be then removed when development is finished.

Yep, agreed, I use the Optimizer module also on Drupal 6 during dev/site building etc - its great.

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IE 7:

drop down menu is going behind the flash.