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Wish list - menu always on screen (3 posts)

  1. headelf
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I love the Ozh' Admin Dropdown Menu plugin. I have it set on all my sites. My one wish is that it would stay at the top of the screen regardless of the vertical position of the cursor. I do a lot of posting and I scroll down to where the menu is no longer visible. To be able to use the menu without scrolling back to the top would be alt.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ozh-admin-drop-down-menu/

  2. spherical
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I requested this enhancement a long time ago and nothing came along, so I figured it out and have done this through 6-8 versions. With the new admin of 3.1, however, it takes a lot of hacking of core CSS files to get it to work in a good manner because of the two new bars that got stuck in at the top of the screens. :/ The previous enhancement still works but it falls below the light grey bar. That bar scrolls off the top, leaving a gap where it was, so I went to work finding a solution. I'm working on a method of overriding the core CSS, so that they can return to as-shipped but it's not done yet. When (if?) I get it working, I'll send my code to Ozh and see if he'll integrate it.

    One thing that you can't do in 3.1 right now if you are running Multisite is select the Hide Header checkbox. It then removes the only current link to getting into the Network Admin screen.

    What I REALLY need is the My Sites menu from the new WP Admin Bar to be integrated into Ozh's menu. Then I can do away with that wart altogether because everything else on there is redundant and, I'm told, speed my site up again.

  3. spherical
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Try this: http://spherical.org/s/4u
    Two versions. One for WP 3.0 and earlier, one for WP 3.1.
    Let me know how it works out.

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