I found this: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/158/tn_15842.html
I would rename the offending layer that runs over the top of the menu layers in the with z-index:0
Hope something here works, that being said...the menus from that version arenb't very good. a better solution is CSS menus. A quick solution is from Project Seven here:http://projectseven.com/products/menusystems/pmm2/index.htm for $95. It's a DW extension and simple to use. Alkso compatiple with most browsers.
I changed the z-index in the Fireworks MX 2004 generated mm_menu.js and mm_menu.html that get published. I tried the solutions offered by the brenelz.com web site to no avail.
I know it sounds ideal to try a different menu building software, but if you read the above link, the guy with the drop down menu over the car image spent a great deal of time on the design of the drop down menu, before discovering the non compliance of IE to some W3C CSS standards. I did too.
Please read this column by one of the developers of the old pop-up menus.
They're broken. They might have worked - marginally - in the browsers that were available at the time, but they won't work in anything newer. You will spend far more in the value of your hours in research and effort on the old menus than if you just purchase a professional menu package that is tested to work with modern browsers.
How much is your time worth? Buying a Project VII menu (for example) will save you a great deal of time (and therfore money) over trying to get the old Fireworks menus to work.
Not to mention frustration and (possibly) sanity.
I have to agree with Pixlor and Joyce. The FW menus are not ideal. SO not ideal, I didn't even discuss them in either of my books.
No compatibility issues with PVII. They test and have a support forum. I use these menus all the time, great time saver
We use the "Superfish" menus, which are JQuery/CSS powered.
They're based on the original Super Sucker menus which were featured in A List Apart:
I don't know much about CF but you can go to the PVII forums and ask there. They are very responsive. There are a few good menus like Suckerfish that you can code. For me, It's faster to use what I've found to be reliable and I can get support when I have browser issues:-) The last problem I had was on a site I inherited and the menus didn't work because of a bad doctype. PVII told m otherwise I would have pulled out my hair rying to figure it out :-)