Plugin menu - Fix Scroll Bar

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  1. joesploggs

    joesploggs Portal Member

    April 5, 2007
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    Hi - I am having a problem with the Plugins menu - I can't seem scroll properly through it. If I have the Home Plugin / Fix Scroll Bar option turned off then I can't seem to access any of the options on the Plugins menu at all. By turning this option on I can arrow up and down through the menu however the current selected item is not highlighted and appears to be off screen. So I have no idea what I am selecting.

    Has anyone any ideas? It happens in all skins. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.


    p.s: should have mentioned - all other menus fine.
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  3. Larzon
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    Larzon MP Donator

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    Are you referring to the Home menu (TV, Videos, Music...) or the just the Plugins menu (Tetris, Sudoku...)?

    Could you post a screen shot?
    (Press F11. Picture should be found in \My Pictures\MediaPortal Screenshots .)
  4. joesploggs

    joesploggs Portal Member

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    Hi thanks for the reply and sorry it's taken me so long to reply as I was away for a few days. I got a new SSD hard drive and so re-installed windows and mediaportal and the problem has gone away. Cheers anyway

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