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Translation of Stable Readme (latest release): Portuguese Informal

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Long answer: The default settings print out only the CSS class for the current active menu item. If the theme's CSS uses also the other CSS classes and/or item ID attribute you will notice some undesirable visual effects on menus. In this case just find out which classes and/or IDs the theme uses and activate them via the plugin's options page until the effects disappear. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Long answer: The default settings print out only the CSS class for the current active menu item. If the theme's CSS uses also the other CSS classes and/or item ID attribute you will notice some undesirable visual effects on menus. In this case just find out which classes and/or IDs the theme uses and activate them via the plugin's options page until the effects disappear.
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Found in faq paragraph.

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