I got asked this at work yesterday and it's got me slightly baffled. The request came indirectly from my department boss. The issue is with using CSS drop down menus on a laptop. He was wondering if it was possible to be able to move diagonally from menu to submenu rather than going in a 'L' shaped path as he has problems being that accurate using the trackpad. I.e. when the sub-menu flies out, he wishes to be able to cut the corner as it were. Since most (all?) CSS menus work on the :hover pseudo state, I was wondering if the effective area of the sub-menus could be extended in some way beyond the visible clickable area? I don't (currently) have access to the HTML source or CSS so can't say exactly how they are done. Not a pressing issue but I thought I'd ask.