I made that css change and the menu works in safari now.
I am ready to resume work on the overhaul and will take stock of where
On Wed, 17 Aug 2022, Bradley Miller wrote:
> I didn’t add it to the CSS I added it directly to the DOM element.
> element with the id of primary-navbar-sticky-wrapper.
> I saw the ugliness from using the css selector you suggested, but my hack seems to avoid that…
> We may want to schedule some time to figure out where we are at with respect to the React overhaul. I know I have a
> list (somewhere) of a few things that need to be done so that readers are not losing features they are used to
> having in books authored in RST.
> * Where were you last reading?
> * If you are reading in a reading assignment what is your next page?
> * Displaying the progress bar at the bottom of the page
> * Adding the mark complete button
> * “Decorating" the table of contents
> * A button somewhere to enable a scratch activecode window to popup. There was some talk about this as being like
> a calculator but I didn’t understand.
> Then there are two key markup problems that need to be resolved:
> 1. Timed exams — This is just a division that contains a bunch of exercises that are presented to the reader one at
> a time rather than sequentially.
> 2. Select questions.
> I don’t mean to say that these are roadblocks for the overhaul, these are all tasks I want to do for the current
> main but I guess I’ve been delaying because doing them once for the future is better than doing them and then
> redoing them. The two markup issues above are roadblocks for converting several books.
> We made great progress on integration at the June workshop!! But...
> * It looks like the overhaul branch has not been updated since June 24, so it has fallen behind on a few things.
> * There are a couple of hacks we did to get things working at the workshop that I need to understand better so
> that I can support them going forward.
> * Now that school is starting it does not feel like the right time to launch the overhaul on the world. It is