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qwert


Feb 17, 2007, 11:01 AM
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problems with opera on OSX
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I cant access the site with opera on my mac.
It starts loading the page just normal, but then it gets slow, i get the spinning ball and opera grabs 100% of my CPU.
i can navigate the site and all, but i have to wait for ages for everything and always get the ball. i even cant quit opera normal, i have to force quit it.

has anybody else experienced that? my other browsers work just fine with the site.

qwert


hotgemini


Mar 12, 2007, 7:48 PM
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Re: [qwert] problems with opera on OSX [In reply to]
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I've got a similar problem with Rockclimbing.com using opera in winxp, opera goes to 100% resources mode and everything grinds to a halt. Only site in my travels that does it.


sbaclimber


Mar 13, 2007, 3:10 PM
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Re: [hotgemini] problems with opera on OSX [In reply to]
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I just installed Opera 9.10 on XPSP2, and although I haven't been able to exactly recreate the problem you guys are having (100% CPU), the site is definitely unusable. Every time I try to do anything (scroll up or down a page, click a link, etc), there is either a horrible lag, or nothing happens at all.
I think I have been able to track down the problem though...!
I am not sure why (I suck at CSS), but if I remove lines 1282-1285 from global_luna.css, everything works beautifully.
Lines 1282-1285:
.clear:right
{
clear: right;
}

As far as I can tell, removing these lines has no negative effect on Firefox or IE7 (not sure about Safari, IE6, etc), so it might be worth considering just getting rid of them, DDT.


(This post was edited by sbaclimber on Mar 13, 2007, 10:40 PM)


ddt


Mar 19, 2007, 6:22 PM
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Thanks... I'll take a look at the CSS.


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