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From "Gavin (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (FOR-203) 2nd level tabs are not selected appropriately
Date Wed, 28 Jun 2006 09:05:31 GMT
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Gavin commented on FOR-203:

I have tested the attachment now, and I still feel this is a user or documentation error -
or can someone tell me if this feature is required.

I mean, why have (using the above example) the bug-demo in a different directory ?
If you want it to belong in the 'Samples' tab and on the Samples part of the site navigation,

then it makes sense to have the file(s) in the /samples/* directory.

Or, if it really has to be separate, have it as a subdir such as /samples/bug-demo/
(or create another tab for it)

I dont think it is wrong that this does not work when trying to link a Samples menu item to
a directory
that is outside of the samples directory tree.

Can someone else look and give thier opinion, so this can be resolved/closed.

> 2nd level tabs are not selected appropriately
> ---------------------------------------------
>          Key: FOR-203
>          URL:
>      Project: Forrest
>         Type: Bug

>   Components: Skins (general issues)
>     Versions: 0.6
>     Reporter: Lorenz Froihofer
>      Fix For: 0.8-dev
>  Attachments: bug-demo.tgz
> The 2nd level tabs are not shown for menu entries that caused the issue FOR-111. This
happens because the starts-with() path comparison fails for menu entries that do not reside
the same directory as is specified in the "dir" attribute of the 2nd level tabs.
> See the attached bug-demo.tgz for an example. Select "Samples/Apache document" and notice
that the 2nd level tabs are shown. Now select "Samples/BUG DEMO" and notice that the 2nd level
tabs are not shown.
> This is because the document corresponding to "Samples/Apache document" resides in the
directory "/samples" whereas the document corresponding to "Samples/BUG DEMO" resides in the
directory "/bug-sample".
> Kind regards,
>   Lorenz Froihofer.

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