I use Yahoo as well, and I find that irritating too. However, it's the way
Yahoo programmed the page. You'd be better off talking to them as IE only
translates the page. Their feedback link is at the bottom right under About
You can Edit your favorites list, and reorder so that the "opening links"
are at the bottom, so that you don't trip them. Some of the links do not
expand (such as My Yahoo!), keep those at the top.
What I've found is to avoid hovering the mouse over the links until you want
to look (at Yahoo Mail, for example).
"Jeff Strickland" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I use IE8 and have Yahoo! as my home page. I think my issue is Yahoo, and
> not IE.
> The problem is the links on the Navigation Pane that open automatically
> because the cursor strays into the airspace. I like the links, but I don't
> like them to open just because the mouse does a fly over.
> I can't find a setting that requires a mouse click before the on-screen
> experience changes. I don't want to eliminate the Navigation Pane, I can
> do that by using the Compact View (Page Options>Compact View), but that
> does not give me what I want.
> How do I stop the feature that allows a flyover to invoke the opening of a