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DHTML slide show overlays CSS menu

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I have a DHTML slide show on the home page. Most of the time the menu, when I hover, comes down in front of the slide show. But every now and again, in FF 3.5 (Only that browser, I think), the menu drops down behind the pictures in the slideshow. If I refresh the browser, it corrects it. I'm attaching a screenshot of what I see. Thanks!
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Question by:mel200
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David S. earned 2000 total points
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In quickmenu.js try changing

sd.style.zIndex=l+""+1;

to

sd.style.zIndex=1001;
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Ok, will try, thanks!
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That seems to have done it, thanks!
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