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Old 09-10-2006, 01:31 PM   #1
CarlSeiler
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I've run into this strange behavior in IE 6.x under Windows XP that's reproducible on both my computer and my wife's. When the screen is set to 1024x768 and IE is maximized, I am unable to access the hyperlink in one of my secondary menus.

The page in question can be temporarily viewed at http://overanalysis.org/odis/citizenship-en.html I'm referring to the link that appears in line number 57. This is the menu item on the left-side menu entitled "Initial consultation."

When the screen is at 1024x768, and IE is maximized, I cannot click on the link. The cursor does not change to a finger, the link doesn't change to red, etc. However, if you change the IE size or screen resolution, it seems to be fine. Firefox behaves normally. Can anyone else duplicate it? Is this a bug in IE? Any suggestions on how to get around it?
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