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Menu responsiveness sluggish

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hrachovec    0
hrachovec

Hello:

 

On my website (http://brightldn.com/new/) when the top menu is condensed into the little popout sidebar on mobile, the responsiveness is really slow. 

 

I'm on Chrome on iOS and when I press the 3-bar menu icon, the sidebar partially opens, pauses, then fully opens. It then snaps shut after about 3 seconds. 

 

Any way to fix this from being so jerky?

 

Thanks, R

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Danny    1,327
Danny

Hi,

 

Yeah I have reported this issue already.


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Hi Danny:

 

OK, this is actually pretty critical. We have to launch the site Monday. Do you think there will be any kind of quick response or does it get includes in an update that could be a ways in the future?

 

Cheers, R

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