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Morgenmuffel

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#157185 22-Nov-2014 14:56
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Greetings all

This is the site I mean
http://www.freeviewnz.tv/tv-guide.aspx

Opera browser
Version:26.0.1656.20
Windows 8.1 64-bit (WoW64)

Basically it just sits at 12 am and I can't scroll through to the current hour

It works fine on Chrome and other browsers




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  #1181294 22-Nov-2014 15:21
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Works fine for me in Opera 12.17 (which I still use as main browser). Also tried in 26 and seems fine.
Unless I misunderstood the error of course.

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  #1181295 22-Nov-2014 15:23
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i found it doesnt scroll until it finishes loading.


maybe your failing to download a javascript file.




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Morgenmuffel

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  #1181297 22-Nov-2014 15:29
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Basically for me Clicking on the red arrows on the hours row does nothing whatsoever in Opera 26 (I have disabled adblock etc) but to no avail




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  #1181301 22-Nov-2014 15:45
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Ok now its working again, I had cleared the cache earlier today and that didn't do anything just cleared it again now and that seemed to fix it




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  #1181318 22-Nov-2014 16:41
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Works OK for me in Opera 27.0.1683.0 Developer




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  #1182044 24-Nov-2014 11:38
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I'm still on Opera 25.0.1614.71 and it says this is the latest version.  Is 26 some sort of preview version of what's coming?

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  #1182059 24-Nov-2014 11:57
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MurrayM: I'm still on Opera 25.0.1614.71 and it says this is the latest version.  Is 26 some sort of preview version of what's coming?


Opera 26 is still beta   but has the ability to import everything from old Opera 12 and other browsers.  Opera 27  is the equivalent to the old Opera Next..




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