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Jun 27, 2017

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I can't seem to figure out what is happening with my menu. I have deleted it and started a new one several times and it (submenu) always ends up overlapping the top level menu on hover. Everything looks fine on muse. Yes I have tried it on other browsers. The arrow icon seems to be moving out of place and causing the problem but like i said it looks fine in muse so i don't know how to fix it. Also, it's not a third party widget.

First of all, stop using system fonts! In this case, the font has to be converted to an image, because nobody can make sure, that the font, you are using, is installed on your visitors machines/devices. The conversion is indicated by this small "T/landscape" icon to the right of your menu entries.

Use standard fonts or web fonts instead. These fonts are clearly sorted in Muse's font menu.

I think, replacing the system fonts will fix your issue.

A little hint: It would be much less annoying, if you don't use unrelated sound in your screencast!

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Horizontal Menu

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I can't seem to figure out what is happening with my menu. I have deleted it and started a new one several times and it (submenu) always ends up overlapping the top level menu on hover. Everything looks fine on muse. Yes I have tried it on other browsers. The arrow icon seems to be moving out of place and causing the problem but like i said it looks fine in muse so i don't know how to fix it. Also, it's not a third party widget.

First of all, stop using system fonts! In this case, the font has to be converted to an image, because nobody can make sure, that the font, you are using, is installed on your visitors machines/devices. The conversion is indicated by this small "T/landscape" icon to the right of your menu entries.

Use standard fonts or web fonts instead. These fonts are clearly sorted in Muse's font menu.

I think, replacing the system fonts will fix your issue.

A little hint: It would be much less annoying, if you don't use unrelated sound in your screencast!

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First of all, stop using system fonts! In this case, the font has to be converted to an image, because nobody can make sure, that the font, you are using, is installed on your visitors machines/devices. The conversion is indicated by this small "T/landscape" icon to the right of your menu entries.

Use standard fonts or web fonts instead. These fonts are clearly sorted in Muse's font menu.

I think, replacing the system fonts will fix your issue.

A little hint: It would be much less annoying, if you don't use unrelated sound in your screencast!

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Hey thank you so much, i changed the font and it worked. Didn't know that could be causing the problem.. and also so sorry about the sound, I hadn't realized it was playing at the time of recording.

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