the fix, but I edited the outer UL that comes after #nav to:
<ul style="width: 110%;">
and all works correctly. Still poking about.Update:
forget the above, this fixes it and is less hack-y, and of course one could look deeper to see what's making this necessary in case there's a neater fix:
<div id="nav" class="nav" style="width: auto;">
looks like editing /site/templates-admin/styles/main.css and removing the width
rule fixes this.
/* width: 340px; */
I am using the ManageFiles module which add a new item to the #nav, so perhaps that's why I am seeing this.
That is probably a full fix, I hope it's been helpful, it's certainly been nice to add something here on the forums instead of just being a whiney-question-asker all the time (but I'll return to that v.soon I am sure
) Cheers, -Alan
Edited by alan, 23 April 2012 - 09:40 AM.