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meshershark 08-18-08 01:45 PM

Site Now Broken in Opera
 
I've used Opera for years to browse DVDTalk, but since a week or so ago, the submenu chooser doesn't work in Opera. I can get the main page and link off to reviews and such from there, but if I use the drop-down to go to a submenu it goes out to lunch and never comes back.

If I use IE, it works, though I've noticed the site is slower lately. However, I'd like to know what changed to make Opera unuseable for this site so I can either fix it or adapt or whatever. It's not like Opera is some strange arcane software.

meshershark 08-25-08 11:04 AM

Sorry, mea culpa. It works now that I've upgraded from Opera 9.02 to Opera 9.52.

IB-Dick 08-25-08 02:53 PM


Originally Posted by meshershark (Post 8882327)
I've used Opera for years to browse DVDTalk, but since a week or so ago, the submenu chooser doesn't work in Opera. I can get the main page and link off to reviews and such from there, but if I use the drop-down to go to a submenu it goes out to lunch and never comes back.

If I use IE, it works, though I've noticed the site is slower lately. However, I'd like to know what changed to make Opera unuseable for this site so I can either fix it or adapt or whatever. It's not like Opera is some strange arcane software.

Your problem coincides with the forum software upgrade, which takes advantage of more-modern browser standards. These are generally backwards compatible by having different stylesheets for different browsers, but Opera is historically one that's hard to do that with. I'm glad that upgrading your browser fixed the problem, and I'm sorry for the confusion.


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