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Navigation Drop Down too fast

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

in my SP 2010 I have a global navigation with about 20 drop down items per main-item.
When I move the mouse over an item the drop down opens immediately.
The problem is, if I navigate from top the drop down opens too fast. In some situations I just want to navigate to the main section.
Is there a solution do make an opening delay. A good example is on http://www.ferrari.com/English/Pages/Home.aspx.
There the navigation drop down opens after a while and not immediately.


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