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    Not sure if anyone else is having this issue, but in Chrome Browser, you have to click just below the hotlinks ( ie Forum or Information,News, or Site Feedback and the like to follow the link. In IE , the whole area of the word highlights and is clickable but in Chrome it is just underneath the word will get it to highlight and be the embedded link.

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    Yeah I saw this too... I'll let the admin know.
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    Thanks for following up Zack. Forum working much easier on Chrome now.

    Cheers!

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    I saw this in Chrome (and Safari, IIRC). I finally caught what it is: your '.contentTopLeft_loggedin' classed div has a height of 144px, but that covers up the navigation elements below. A height of 125px seems to fit correctly and allow clicking on the nav links. I haven't tested in Firefox or on other platforms, so do your due diligence.

    Hope that helps and that you can fix it in the near future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morgant View Post
    I saw this in Chrome (and Safari, IIRC). I finally caught what it is: your '.contentTopLeft_loggedin' classed div has a height of 144px, but that covers up the navigation elements below. A height of 125px seems to fit correctly and allow clicking on the nav links. I haven't tested in Firefox or on other platforms, so do your due diligence.

    Hope that helps and that you can fix it in the near future.
    Thank you! When Graham gets back into the office on the 9th I will let him know.
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