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I'm using WP E-Commerce on a Wordpress site, which creates a 'Store' page and a 'Checkout' page. I'm also using wp_nav_menu() to create a menu.

The problem is, when I'm viewing an individual product, the 'store' menu item doesn't have the 'parent_item' class, so I can't give it's active state in CSS. In fact, it sets the 'blog' page as the 'parent_item' class...which is really odd.

Seems like a strange bug, unless I'm missing something of course.

Any thoughts?

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