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Davmagic com
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      07-31-2003
On this reference page: http://davmagic.com/PAGES35.html for EXAMPLE...
Opera BREAKS my little images representing "to top of page", "go back"
and "to next page"... all the other Browsers render those images without
fault! WHY?

Here is the HTML Code that I used to insert the images:

<p><img src="/images/uarrow.gif" width="15" height="15" border="0"
alt="" /> <a href="#top">TO TOP OF PAGE</a> <img
src="/images/uarrow.gif" width="15" height="15" border="0" alt="" /></p>
<p><img src="/images/larrow.gif" width="15" height="15"
border="0" alt="" /> <a href="/PAGES22.html">BACK</a>---<a
href="/PAGES36.html">NEXT</a> <img src="/images/rarrow.gif" width="15"
height="15" border="0" alt="" /></p>

Thank You for your time............>

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Blinky the Shark
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      07-31-2003
nice.guy.nige wrote:

> While the city slept, Davmagic com <(E-Mail Removed)> feverishly typed:


>> On this reference page: http://davmagic.com/PAGES35.html for
>> EXAMPLE... Opera BREAKS my little images representing "to top of
>> page", "go back" and "to next page"... all the other Browsers render
>> those images without fault! WHY?


> Looks fine to me. Opera 5, Win98SE


Very hosed here, in Opera 6.10/Linux. I wonder if it's a video issue
for some of us; if I scroll those images out of the window, and then
scroll them back in, they're *differently*-farkled nearly every time.

Fine in Moz.

Might be a good question for opera.general. Might be a known issue.

A couple of versions of what I see, here:

http://blinkynet.net/screens/op610lin.jpg

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Nick Theodorakis
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      08-01-2003
On 31 Jul 2003 21:06:25 GMT, Blinky the Shark <(E-Mail Removed)>
wrote:

>nice.guy.nige wrote:
>
>> While the city slept, Davmagic com <(E-Mail Removed)> feverishly typed:

>
>>> On this reference page: http://davmagic.com/PAGES35.html for
>>> EXAMPLE... Opera BREAKS my little images representing "to top of
>>> page", "go back" and "to next page"... all the other Browsers render
>>> those images without fault! WHY?

>
>> Looks fine to me. Opera 5, Win98SE

>
>Very hosed here, in Opera 6.10/Linux. I wonder if it's a video issue
>for some of us; if I scroll those images out of the window, and then
>scroll them back in, they're *differently*-farkled nearly every time.
>
>Fine in Moz.
>
>Might be a good question for opera.general. Might be a known issue.
>
>A couple of versions of what I see, here:
>
>http://blinkynet.net/screens/op610lin.jpg
>
>


Very weird. I'm using Win98.

Moz 1.3; looks fine

Opera 6.01: no arrow image; even if I load the image url directly, I
still can't see it. Can't see it even if I load it from a disk copy,
and my image editing program (Corel Photopaint) doesn't have any
problem with it.

Opera7.1: Looks similar to what Blinky sees. But if I load the image
url directly the arrow looks normal.

Nick

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Mark Parnell
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      08-01-2003
Nick Theodorakis wrote:

[http://davmagic.com/PAGES35.html]

>
> Very weird. I'm using Win98.
>
> Moz 1.3; looks fine
>
> Opera 6.01: no arrow image; even if I load the image url directly, I
> still can't see it. Can't see it even if I load it from a disk copy,
> and my image editing program (Corel Photopaint) doesn't have any
> problem with it.
>
> Opera7.1: Looks similar to what Blinky sees. But if I load the image
> url directly the arrow looks normal.
>


I get the same as you, Nick. I'm using Win2k, Moz 1.4, Opera 6.04 and 7.11.

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      08-01-2003
Nick Theodorakis wrote:

> On 31 Jul 2003 21:06:25 GMT, Blinky the Shark <(E-Mail Removed)>
> wrote:


>>nice.guy.nige wrote:


>>> While the city slept, Davmagic com <(E-Mail Removed)> feverishly typed:


>>>> On this reference page: http://davmagic.com/PAGES35.html for
>>>> EXAMPLE... Opera BREAKS my little images representing "to top of
>>>> page", "go back" and "to next page"... all the other Browsers render
>>>> those images without fault! WHY?


>>> Looks fine to me. Opera 5, Win98SE


>>Very hosed here, in Opera 6.10/Linux. I wonder if it's a video issue
>>for some of us; if I scroll those images out of the window, and then
>>scroll them back in, they're *differently*-farkled nearly every time.


>>Fine in Moz.


>>Might be a good question for opera.general. Might be a known issue.


>>A couple of versions of what I see, here:


>>http://blinkynet.net/screens/op610lin.jpg


> Very weird. I'm using Win98.


> Moz 1.3; looks fine


> Opera 6.01: no arrow image; even if I load the image url directly, I
> still can't see it. Can't see it even if I load it from a disk copy,
> and my image editing program (Corel Photopaint) doesn't have any
> problem with it.


I looked at one of the arrows directly, earlier, and it was okay here.

> Opera7.1: Looks similar to what Blinky sees. But if I load the image
> url directly the arrow looks normal.


It gets weirder. I've added the rendering from Konqueror:

http://blinkynet.net/screens/op_konq.jpg

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Davmagic com
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      08-01-2003
Thanks for ALL your replys... I'm going to assume then that's it's a
browser error-type thing and go from there!

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Titus A Ducksass
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      08-07-2003
Looks OK until I use a large / small font......

On Thu, 31 Jul 2003 09:34:19 -0400 (EDT), (E-Mail Removed) (Davmagic
com) wrote:

>On this reference page: http://davmagic.com/PAGES35.html for EXAMPLE...
>Opera BREAKS my little images representing "to top of page", "go back"
>and "to next page"... all the other Browsers render those images without
>fault! WHY?
>
>Here is the HTML Code that I used to insert the images:
>
><p><img src="/images/uarrow.gif" width="15" height="15" border="0"
>alt="" /> <a href="#top">TO TOP OF PAGE</a> <img
>src="/images/uarrow.gif" width="15" height="15" border="0" alt="" /></p>
><p><img src="/images/larrow.gif" width="15" height="15"
>border="0" alt="" /> <a href="/PAGES22.html">BACK</a>---<a
>href="/PAGES36.html">NEXT</a> <img src="/images/rarrow.gif" width="15"
>height="15" border="0" alt="" /></p>
>
>Thank You for your time............>
>
>Web Design-Magic-Painting-Junking-Games
>INFO 2000 For You
>http://www.davmagic.com
>See how your webpages look on a MSN-TV Browser:
>Download it here: http://developer.msntv.com/Tools/msntvvwr.asp


 
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