Hi Griden et al.,
First of all this has been a great theme to work with. I have modified it pretty extensively to meet my needs and one of the reasons I chose it is because I do not like the user experience of hiding menu items when you goto a mobile page. I have reduced the menu items and created a responsive design in this way. With the newest version of Oxygen it automatically creates a dropdown "Menu" on mobile phones. I would like to just disable this and have it appear as it did before with "width: 100%; display: block;" menu items. The page I am working on only has 3 menu items on the mobile menu and so this dropdown actually makes the user experience worse. I am using a proper child theme to modify Oxygen. The site is in development right now so I can't give a live link to it unfortunately. Here is what I have tried so far:
1. Commenting out navigation.js, this did not work just broke the menu completely
2. Setting display: none; on the .menu-toggle class under the media query in style.css. This gives me no menu at all
3. Deleting the following line from menu-primary.php "<span class="menu-toggle"><?php _e( 'Menu', 'oxygen' ); ?></span>". This does not seem to do anything.
So far none of these are working for me. Is there a better way to do this? I thought it would be a pretty easy fix but it is eluding me right now. If I figure it out I will post here...