Menu Bug
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Bharath Duraiswamy

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Menu Bug

linkPost by Bharath Duraiswamy » Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:23 am

I am not a literal programmer. Hence, I will try to explain the bug in the best understandable language.
A critical bug exists in Menu. Imagine the below menu hierarchy.


In the above hierarchy
A, B, C are the menu items;
AA, AB, AC are the sub-items;
AAA, AAB are the sub-sub-items.

When hovering above A, the sub-items AA, AB and AC are displayed in drop-down.
Likewise, when hovering on AA, the sub-sub-items AAA, AAB are displayed in drop-down.

Now, the issue is that the drop-down containing the AAA, AAB are blocking my access to AB and AC (in other words the drop-down containing AAA, AAB is getting overlayed on the drop-down containing AA, AB, AC). I can by no means access the AB and AC unless I reorder the AA, AB, AC as AB, AC, AA. Please solve this bug.

And by the way, my thanks to the developers for creating this light-weight Material Design theme for free.

Edit: I forgot to add a point. The font color of AAA, AAB is #FFFFFF by default (same as the drop-down color). Hence, it is impossible for new users to identify the existence of AAA, AAB unless they knew already about its existence

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Re: Menu Bug

linkPost by admin » Tue Sep 01, 2015 1:11 am

Hi Bharath!
I am aware of this issue which is very easy to solve. All you need to do is add a small CSS code to your style.css and your sub-sub-menu items will appear correctly on parent item mouse-over. I haven't fixed this since the beginning because Realistic will look amazing with few menu items only that's why I have added support for the 1st & 2nd menu levels only.
Because it's too late here now ( 2:09AM :) ) I will try to give you a working solution tomorrow :)
Sorry about this :oops:
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