Why do links turn red on hover (and stay that way)?!

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Like the topic says. It's very annoying.
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What browser do you use?
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It happens sometimes in Firefox. By the time you have read this reply i am sure you will find that its back to normal. Usually by refreshing the screen it tends to be ok afterwards.
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grinch2171 wrote:
What browser do you use?


Opera, of course! (v8.53 @ Win32.)
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:lol:

Well, i guess that throws my theory out of the window.
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Yeah, the fader script is broken on Opera. It's a known issue (been reported before).
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i know it may not work, but why don't you have an opera detection part in the script, where it'll just be the normal mouseover changing instead of the fading?
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Probably because its not that big of a deal and BWM doesnt have the time. Just a guess though.
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Lets be honest here, is it affecting the overall running of the site? are you not managing to see certain posts as a result of this doing what it does?

If the answer was no to both of those questions then i'm pretty sure thats what BWM's answer will be to creating a mod to fix such a small unimportant effect that some people get. Believe it or not but IE is still the most commonly used browser on the go at the moment and i dont believe people are having problems using IE on this site.

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