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In Opera, the links do not render correctly. You hover over a link, it'll turn red but won't go back when the mouse goes out.

I'd look at the code but I don't feel like it. It's probably an error in the coding, like forgetting a onmouseout event.
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It does that for IE too every now and then. I might have to find a better script for those links. I did not write that one. I will try and look into it soon.
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Tis a pity it doesn't work, too bad that over 90% of the viewers use IE where it does work.
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Bigwebmaster wrote:
It does that for IE too every now and then.
b_heyer wrote:
Tis a pity it doesn't work, too bad that over 90% of the viewers use IE where it does work.

:roll:

It does it in IE too there buddy, and the number of views with IE has dropped. On the overall it's more like 80-85% now.
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Well I would have to disagree with you Kasracer on the fact that the number of users using IE is dropping. Here is a chart made from the Google company of the type of browsers using the Google Search Engine:

http://www.google.com/press/zeitgeist/s ... owsers.gif

You can see more info here:

http://www.google.com/press/zeitgeist.html
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I have seen it happen maybe three times in the past months on this forum, and it was no where nearly as bad as Opera in not changing back at all. That is _not_ a left out onMouseOver problem, but simply incompatible scripting for the browser.

And as BWM pointed out, wooo look at IE top the charts!
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who cares, the problem child is banned anyway :roll:
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:lol:
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*read posts out of order ;)*

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