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Enabling automatic drop-downs on internet sites


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#1 Jamfrequency1

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Posted 15 March 2005 - 02:50 AM

At startup I'm able to use drop-down menus through the start button but once i'm logged onto the net zone drop-downs and automatic sidemenus won't activate. Is there a way to enable this in internet options or elsewhere?

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Posted 15 March 2005 - 11:31 AM

Is this what you mean?

Go to Internet Options, Content, Auto Complete. Click that and it allows you to checkmark or uncheckmark the desired option. If yours is set to disable history, there won't be a scroll drop down with the arrow.

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Posted 16 March 2005 - 11:45 PM

Actually, no. More specifically what I'm talking about is the ability to drag the mouse pointer over specific fields in a web page and allowing it to automatically pull up sidemenus without having to click it. The exact reason for me nedding this is for downloading a new driver from the Intel site. When logged in at a friends computer I was able to drag over the top of a specific chipset and it brought up a secondary window with more options, but when I'm at my home computer and drag over the chipset driver I need the secondary window does not appear and I also can't click it and get it to bring it up which stops me from dowloading my new drivers. Any Clue. I might be wrong by calling them drop-downs because my history drop downs work fine.




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