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Opera bug?

Hi.

Here is http://www.zrfpk.pl/ and if You move mouse on left column or
text "wiecej tekstu" then Opera (8.5) crashes.

Moreover, when click on F11 in Opera the page shows correctly.
It is Opera bug? Or i'm doing something wrong?

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Regards,
Cezar
Oct 5 '05 #1
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Hi.

Here is http://www.zrfpk.pl/ and if You move mouse on left column or
text "wiecej tekstu" then Opera (8.5) crashes.

Moreover, when click on F11 in Opera the page shows correctly.
It is Opera bug? Or i'm doing something wrong?

It doesn't crash my Opera 8.5... all works perfectly well.
--
Chris Hughes
"Reality is that which, when you cease to believe, continues to exist."
http://www.epicure.demon.co.uk
Oct 5 '05 #2
The Major napisał(a):
Hi.

Here is http://www.zrfpk.pl/ and if You move mouse on left column or
text "wiecej tekstu" then Opera (8.5) crashes.

Moreover, when click on F11 in Opera the page shows correctly.
It is Opera bug? Or i'm doing something wrong?


It doesn't crash my Opera 8.5... all works perfectly well.


Are You sure? Even you move Your mouse on link "wiecej tekstu" or any
link in left menu?

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Ave, Cezar
http://www.racjonalista.pl/ - światopogląd, religie, sekty, kościół i
katolicyzm, filozofia...
Oct 6 '05 #3
In message <di**********@nemesis.news.tpi.pl>, Cezar
<ce*****@imail.net.pl.com> writes
The Major napisa0 >>>Hi.

Here is http://www.zrfpk.pl/ and if You move mouse on left column or
text "wiecej tekstu" then Opera (8.5) crashes.

Moreover, when click on F11 in Opera the page shows correctly.
It is Opera bug? Or i'm doing something wrong?

It doesn't crash my Opera 8.5... all works perfectly well.


Are You sure? Even you move Your mouse on link "wiecej tekstu" or any
link in left menu?

Quite sure - that link takes me to page headed 'Nasze poreczenie
Twj sukces' for example.
I'm using Opera 8.5, build 7700
--
Chris Hughes
"Reality is that which, when you cease to believe, continues to exist."
http://www.epicure.demon.co.uk
Oct 6 '05 #4
"Cezar" <ce*****@imail.net.pl.com> wrote in message
news:di**********@atlantis.news.tpi.pl...
Hi.

Here is http://www.zrfpk.pl/ and if You move mouse on left column or text
"wiecej tekstu" then Opera (8.5) crashes.

Moreover, when click on F11 in Opera the page shows correctly.
It is Opera bug? Or i'm doing something wrong?


It doesn't crash my version of Opera8.5, either here on WindowsXPpro or at
home on Mandrake10.1.

Moving the mouse around does make the background appear and disappear
sometimes.
Oct 6 '05 #5
Danny@Kendal napisa(a):
Moving the mouse around does make the background appear and disappear
sometimes.


Right. But try to press F11 and everything will be OK. I don't know how
it happend. :[

--
Ave, Cezar
http://www.racjonalista.pl/ - wiatopogld, religie, sekty, koci i
katolicyzm, filozofia...
Oct 6 '05 #6
In message <Sc********************@eclipse.net.uk>, "Danny@Kendal"
<da***@STOPSPAMghpkendal.co.uk> writes
"Cezar" <ce*****@imail.net.pl.com> wrote in message
news:di**********@atlantis.news.tpi.pl...
Hi.

Here is http://www.zrfpk.pl/ and if You move mouse on left column or text
"wiecej tekstu" then Opera (8.5) crashes.

Moreover, when click on F11 in Opera the page shows correctly.
It is Opera bug? Or i'm doing something wrong?


It doesn't crash my version of Opera8.5, either here on WindowsXPpro or at
home on Mandrake10.1.

Moving the mouse around does make the background appear and disappear
sometimes.

I keep trying - but it won't break! Mouse anywhere - pen anywhere -
everything very robust.
--
Chris Hughes
"Reality is that which, when you cease to believe, continues to exist."
http://www.epicure.demon.co.uk
Oct 6 '05 #7
Danny@Kendal napisa(a):
"Cezar" <ce*****@imail.net.pl.com> wrote in message
news:di**********@atlantis.news.tpi.pl...
Hi.

Here is http://www.zrfpk.pl/ and if You move mouse on left column or text
"wiecej tekstu" then Opera (8.5) crashes.

Moreover, when click on F11 in Opera the page shows correctly.
It is Opera bug? Or i'm doing something wrong?

It doesn't crash my version of Opera8.5, either here on WindowsXPpro or at
home on Mandrake10.1.

Moving the mouse around does make the background appear and disappear
sometimes.


Version: 8.5
Build: 1358
Platform: Linux

Background dissappears when moving over any link exept
"wszyscy partnerzy" - this one brings the background back.
Oct 6 '05 #8

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