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I use Chromium on two computers (version 16.0.912.77 on both), one running 11.10 and the other running 10.04.

On the 10.04 computer, when I click a folder on the bookmark menu, then point my mouse at a different folder, the new folder opens. However, on 11.10, if I click open a folder then mouse to another one, the original folder stays open. To switch, I need to click somewhere away from the first folder's drop down to close it, then click on the new folder.

So, how do I make my 11.10 computer have the same behaviour that my 10.04 has now?

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closed as off topic by David Oneill, James Mar 1 '12 at 19:54

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Reported as a bug – David Oneill Mar 1 '12 at 19:13