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Monday 6 November 2006 9.30am
Gone? They haven't gone anywhere!

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Monday 6 November 2006 9.40am
Just tried in Internet Explorer and the menus don't work.

Do you have any idea roughly when they stopped working?

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Monday 6 November 2006 9.45am
Fixed - I'd moved a crucial file to another directory instead of copying it as intended.

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Monday 6 November 2006 10.53am
Yay!
Saturday 11 November 2006 9.09pm
Hi James,

I love the drop-down menus, they make it easy and logical to get to the page you need. But one little request - could we have 'this week in a list' in the what's on drop-down menu please? It's quite a process to get to it where it is now.
Sunday 12 November 2006 3.24pm
Done!

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Sunday 12 November 2006 11.38pm
James, you are a wonder! Thank-you.
Wednesday 28 February 2007 5.14pm
Tattie wrote:
May I make a teeny weeny suggestion? Can the background of the arrows also be burgundy in stead of black so it looks nicer? Or am I the only one that sees a black background?

I know this got changed, and looked really nice. Now I've changed to IE7 (bad move admittedly), and when I select a menu option from the top the menu option turns grey and the drop down box appears. However, the square behind teh arrow remains burgundy. I know it's probably a bit silly, so if that's what it is don't worry about it...
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