Problem with menu gap

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How do i close up the following menu gap? I have looked in both drop down menu CSS and global,

The problem is i use dev tools in firefox and cant grab the box with the selector! I dont know how to use firebug :$

anyway here is a pic of what i am talking about.
screenshot-www.practicalfishkeeping.png
I have spent a couple of days trying to work out how to close the gap!

My other question is…………

How do i get the V11 Branch? I would like to start using the semi responsive V11 branch in a semi production enviroment. But i dont know how to use GitHub

paste bin is as close as i get lol
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The drop-down code didn't accommodate for fixed positioning which you added into the header styling, I've uploaded a accommodation which will be in the next RC also.


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So would this of been cured with a template edit? Or is there no way out of it?

the question is based on interest in where i should have gone digging to solve it. Fixed headers are no good for phone users, everyone is using phones, except thats false, alot of older people are being forced off the internet because of some of the giants today making it impossible for them to join in.

Funny how the generation who made WWW what it is, is starting to leave it. I need to get back to work on that site, thats my learning site :D.
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Right, it was the menu_popup.js template. We calculate the menu positions absolutely (x and y coordinates), rather than using CSS. To do that is has to calculate the correct position relative to a container element, which is surprisingly difficult in JavaScript.


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Then maybe it does need a code change. Or i need to learn Java (i really dont like it).
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Well, I've made the code change for everyone. See menu_popup.js in this commit:
Misc fixes · ocproducts/composr@0da4b14 · GitHub


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Cheers Chris.

I hope to get time to get back to messing with it.

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