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    Forum Tools & Search dropdowns

    It doesn't seem to be working anymore, and it's a recent phenomenon, which I have also noticed on bf.c. I'm running Firefox 1.5.0.11. I also just tried in in IE 6, and it has the same problem.

    Anyone else seeing this? Any solutions?

    Just checked, and r3vlimited, which appears to be using the same engine, does not have the problem.

    Kevin
    Last edited by hoyabmw; 05-31-2007 at 10:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoyabmw View Post
    It doesn't seem to be working anymore, and it's a recent phenomenon, which I have also noticed on bf.c. I'm running Firefox 1.5.0.11. I also just tried in in IE 6, and it has the same problem.

    Anyone else seeing this? Any solutions?

    Just checked, and r3vlimited, which appears to be using the same engine, does not have the problem.

    Kevin
    Kevin,

    I have the same results, no dropdowns under any of the buttons.

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    same here

    IE 7.0
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    I've had the same issue with vBulletin based forums for the last week or so, but only using Firefox. IE seems to work.

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    This is going to be tough to track down.
    I don't see anyone reporting problems on the vBulletin site.
    It's working on my PC running IE. My Mac running Firefox works.

    I do notice the dropdowns don't work when not logged in.
    It was probably always like that.

    Are all the problems with people running v 3.6.7?

    Edit: Oh wait.
    Even though I see the little downward arrow next to search, nothing happens.
    But it I go to http://forum.nccbmwcca.org/usercp.php and click on search, the dropdown works.

    Do anyone else experience that?
    And what's even weirder is that my 318ti.org site uses the exact same setup, and the dropdowns work there.
    Last edited by 1996 328ti; 05-31-2007 at 09:16 PM.
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    Steven,

    Yep, I see the same behavior. No dropdowns work anywhere except the search on the user cp page.

    Kevin

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    Not that this is any help, but this has been happening all over the place...

    http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...d.php?t=757774

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChosenGSR View Post
    Not that this is any help, but this has been happening all over the place...

    http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...d.php?t=757774
    That helps a lot, really.
    I use vBadvanced for the side columns which was recently updated so I wasn't sure where the problem was. bf.c doesn't use vBadvanced so it must be a vBulletin issue.
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    I think it's fixed now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1996 328ti View Post
    I think it's fixed now.
    looks like it. Thanks Steven

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    Works now for me. Thanks!
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