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Old 05-27-2007, 01:02 PM   #1
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Default Suckerfish and IE7

Back in 2005 I designed a site for an international dressage event, using the suckerfish technique contained in an article on the A List Apart site. It worked like a charm.

This year, we have just completed the event, and I have had a complaint that the suckerfish flyouts are difficult to use. As it worked well last time, still works well for me in all browsers and on both platforms, and all I've changed is the content, I asked the complainer if she used IE7 to view the site, and she said she did.

My Windows laptop runs Win2K, so I can't check this myself.

Can someone please check the Queensland CDI site with IE7 and tell me if the Program and Results flyouts are easy or hard to grab, and maybe suggest a solution.

I did check the A List Apart site, but the link from the Suckerfish article to the discussion board no longer works.

Thanks.

   
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