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v7.0.1 - Possible bug in menus

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Not sure if this is by design or a bug but when I go to a page from a 3rd-level link, the parent menu collapses unlike for 1st-level links.

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Image Gallery
---Gallery1
---Gallery2
---Gallery container
------GalleryA
------GalleryB

When you expand the Image Gallery menu, it stays expanded when 2nd-level links are clicked. If I expand the Gallery container by clicking the "+", it collapses when choosing a 3rd-level link like GalleryA.

Bob
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Worked when I tested it now, although I did have to fix a small bug in the CSS to show the current page highlighted (blue arrow instead of black).  


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Robbie just informed me what the problem is. I misread… yes, ocPortal cannot track that you're still under a position on the menu once you've clicked the item and then further navigated away from it, because it doesn't know anything about category relationships.


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We will try and keep it in mind regarding our wider plans to rearchitect how ocPortal's Site Tree works. I've added a note to:
0000142: Merged sitemap API - ocPortal feature tracker


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Thanks for considering this in a future upgrade.

Bob
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