Are you talking about the DHTML Hotspot itself or the text within it. If you are referring to the hotspot, you can add a highlight colour to the Drop Down Hotspot style in our .CSS file. If you are referring to the actual drop down text, one way to achieve this is to create a new style with the required highlight and to apply this to the text inside the drop down.
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Yes, referring to the background colour of the drop down text. Thanks for the suggestion - - will try creating a special style for that.
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Thank you for a suggestion worth trying, but I find this not quite suitable because it highlights the text but not the background, leaving bands of colour rather than a solid shading.
I may need to use separate pop-up topics rather than drop-downs in order to get a clear visual separation between the content of the pop-up/drop-down and the main page that it sits in.
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See if this little Jing video I recorded moments ago helps.
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Superb! I wouldn't have thought to try that style edit method. And the little trick of indentation is excellent too -- it might even be sufficient, in a short drop-down, to help the users distinguish where the drop-down ends and the regular topic text begins.
Where I have a lot of content packed into a dropdown, indentation is not really practical, but the style tweak you've shown me will do the job.
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