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Author: Subject: Opera 7 quirk with version 2.0
grunson
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posted on 10/14/2003 at 02:24 PM Reply With Quote
Opera 7 quirk with version 2.0


I have just upgraded to version 2.0 of Tigra Menu, however it looks like I might need to downgrade again unless I have somehow configured it wrong.

Version 2.0 is active on http://www.lower-edmonton.co.uk/about.html and works fine on IE6 and Firebird on Windows. However when I use Opera 7 I find part of my page is shifted down a smidgen when a menu drops down. It clears itself as soon as an item is clicked on. I can't quite figure what is happening.


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posted on 10/14/2003 at 02:37 PM Reply With Quote

Thank you for bug reporting.
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grunson
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posted on 10/14/2003 at 05:50 PM Reply With Quote
It seems it was an Opera bug...


It seems the problem I encountered must be a subtle CSS bug in Opera 7.11 that only exhibited itself because I chose to load the menu near the top of my page. When the menu was loaded at the very end of the page all was well.

Opera 7.21 fixes the bug, whatever it was...
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