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Re: [vox-tech] cut and past under netscape - redux

On Mon 12 Mar 01, 11:33 AM, Mark K. Kim said: 
> On Mon, 12 Mar 2001, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > opera takes less than 5 seconds.  more stable: it hasn't crashed on a
> > webpage yet, and i've been using it exclusively for almost a week now.
> Opera has crashed on me several times and just stopped working.  When I
> say "stopped working", I don't mean it froze -- I mean it refuses to go to
> any page.

> Hopefully Opera will get the problem fixed when the new version comes
> out.  I think the version I'm using might be a beta version... (5.0b6
> means beta release 6, right?)
yes, and i've had the same problem with a couple of pages with opera.  i
think it's either frame support or javascript.  however, i found a way
around this problem.

when opera refuses to load a page in (i assume you're clicking a link), i
right click the link and hit "open link".  it has never failed this way of
loading a page in for me.

even with this problem, from my own experience opera runs rings around NS in
many different areas.  considering your experience, it sounds like i
definitely need to place a "YMMV" in this email though!  :)


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