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more dropdowns

Dropdownsthanks to pete bevin, my sidebar now sports some more dropdowns. i fiddled with the code he provides on his page, so now it’s marginally different. for my MT3 installation the code looks as follows:
archive dropdown:

<form>

<select onChange=”document.location=options[selectedIndex].value;” class=”jumpbox”>

<option value=””>monthly archives</option>

<MTArchiveList archive_type=”Monthly”>

<option value=”<$MTArchiveLink$>”><$MTArchiveTitle$></option>

</MTArchiveList>

</select>

</form>

comments dropdown:

<form>

<select onChange=”document.location=options[selectedIndex].value;” class=”jumpbox”>

<option value=””>comment archives</option>

<$MTComments lastn=”10″$ sort_order=”descend”>

<option value=”<$MTBlogArchiveURL$><$MTCommentEntryID pad=”1″$>.html”> by <$MTCommentAuthor$>, <? echo datediff2(‘<$MTCommentDate format=”%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S”$>’); ?></option>

</MTComments>

</select>

</form>

recent entries dropdown:

<form>

<select onChange=”document.location=options[selectedIndex].value;” class=”jumpbox”>

<option value=””>recent entries</option>

<MTEntries lastn=”10″ sort_order=”descend”>

<option value=”<$MTEntryPermalink$>”> <$MTEntryTitle$></option>

</MTEntries>

</select>

</form>

i know the dropdowns don’t look nice, but i still need to tweak the css a bit, it just doesn’t seem to accept the jumpbox-class. i need to take a deeper look at it. but now i need sleep, that’s more important at the moment…

how does it look on windows?

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