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    Opera.

    This place looks really strange in Opera...

    Everything is messed up.


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    looks fine to me in O6 and O7; which are you using?

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    O7b.


    All the cells are squashed together. I am not on my home machine, so I will post a pic of it when I get home, in a few hours.



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    does the PC you were on when viewing the site have a slow modem?
    when i view this page at work with a 1.5mbps DSL it never happens, but at home with a dialup the cells get squished, at least thats what i think it is, the modem speed.

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    Maybe I've seen what you mean a few times in IE5 on Mac. I'm on a cable modem but sometimes, when some router or network is very busy and things are slow some rows and cells of this forums home page are horizontally overlapping. Difficult to discribe. Didn't want to post before I knew what was causing it. I'll make a screenshot when I see it again.

    Just guessing, but it looked like it had something to do with these lines:

    <br><font face="verdana,arial,helvetica" size="1" color="#000000"><script id="firststrip">
    generatebar("firststrip",clientside)
    </script></font>

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    I DELETED THE IMAGE OFF MY SERVER... SO IT IS GONE.


    That is what this place looks like in Opera.


    If you can't see it, then go to http://www.ionsurge.com/opera.jpg
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    That's what I see, but I have a later build. I'd say just don't worry about it - there are bound to be teething problems.
    Last edited by brothercake; 11-29-2002 at 09:17 PM.

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    Once or twice a week. Mac/IE5.


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    Woah.... now that is an eyesore...



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    heres another eyesore, this is ie6 at my house


    http://www.cg9com.vze.com/cf.gif

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    Macs - cant live with them, cant work with them, cant burn them down... psych!

    Macs rule, I love em!

    Why dont you use something else, like Mozilla or Opera (I dont know if it is available for macs).



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