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Opera and proz.com website
Thread poster: Julia Esrom

Julia Esrom  Identity Verified
Germany
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Jun 10, 2008

Opera doesn't seem to like proz.com! When I push the green left arrow to go back on the proz.com site I get a blank page. This doesn't happen on any other website (so far). What's going on?

Thanks for any ideas you may have.

I should have mentioned the version. It's 9.27 and should be the most recent as I only downloaded it a week ago or so.

[Edited at 2008-06-10 09:40]


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Agnieszka Zmuda  Identity Verified
Poland
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Same here Jun 10, 2008

I had the same problem for several days with my previous version of Opera (9.22), updated Opera to version 9.50 but it still tends to get suspended (it doesn't at other websites), although it doesn't come back to a blank page anymore - it just refuses to move. Finally, I opened ProZ.com with Internet Explorer and it works OK but I'd rather have a possibility to open ProZ with the use of a browser of my choice.

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Medved
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uhum Jun 10, 2008

I encounter this problem too. Besides it refused to download yesterday. Although by the end of the day the problem seemed to be rectified yet it did not redirect to the previous page. Do you think the ProZ IT guys did something wrong? Or it's a part of a global conspiracy with Mr. Gates?

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Roman Bulkiewicz  Identity Verified
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Works fine in mine 9.25 Jun 10, 2008

No problems whatever

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Olga Judina  Identity Verified
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same here Jun 10, 2008

I also have 9.25 and the same problem - every time I press Back to return to previous page it goes blank. Didn't have this problem yesterday though.

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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Hi all Jun 10, 2008

Several mods who also use Opera also experience the same problem; support requests have submitted, so the site staff is aware of the problem. I will also notifying the staff of this thread.

Natalia


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Saturniana  Identity Verified
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Me, too Jun 10, 2008

I, too, have been experiencing this problem over the last few days but thought it was something on my computer at first, although the WXP installation is quite fresh (2 weeks at most) and I have the necessary security software installed (AV and antispyware). Good to know it wasn't what I feared it might be.

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Colin Brady
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Thanks for posting this problem. Jun 10, 2008

We'll look into the issue as soon as possible. Thanks!

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zkt  Identity Verified
Lebanon
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Me too, Jun 10, 2008

But only since yesterday,

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Textklick  Identity Verified
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Ditto me - 9.25 Jun 10, 2008

Colin wrote:

We'll look into the issue as soon as possible. Thanks!


Yes, mine started doing this (Sunday, I think it was).

Someone (maybe Jason?) once told me that Opera used a different type of HTML coding to IE, but I have never had major issues with Opera/ProZ. As Azalea says, it's only ProZ that disappears when you hit the back button.

Maybe some maintenance was done over the weekend?

Cheers
Chris


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esperantisto  Identity Verified
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As an ex-lover of Opera, I'd recommend Firefox :-) Jun 10, 2008

Firefox rocks my socks (I can't remember where I've seen that, but it's true).

Really, I was with Opera until 9.21 (I guess), but now I find that FF + a handful of add-ons is a better tool.

Sorry, I know it's off-topic, but still: think!


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Saturniana  Identity Verified
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Speed dial Jun 10, 2008

I like Firefox, too, but I simply cannot do without the speed dial of Opera

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Textklick  Identity Verified
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Cool, isn't it? Jun 10, 2008

Saturniana wrote:

I like Firefox, too, but I simply cannot do without the speed dial of Opera


In my case Proz= 4+ enter. Wham!

Go to the bank, go here, go there etc. etc. Even our supermarket that delivers is stashed there.

IE takes just a tad longer...

Cheers
Chris


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Marie-Céline GEORG  Identity Verified
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Different problem with version 9.5 Jun 13, 2008

Hi,

I had the same problem with version 9.25 and I just updated to the new 9.5 version where it seems to be solved, as I can go back to the previous page.
Unfortunately, there is still something wrong because once I hit Back, I can't go to any other page by clicking on a link, I have to refresh the display (and reload the page) to make it work again. Strange...


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Uldis Liepkalns  Identity Verified
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Hi Marie-Céline Jun 14, 2008

Exactly the same here.

Uldis

Marie-Céline GEORG wrote:

Hi,

I had the same problem with version 9.25 and I just updated to the new 9.5 version where it seems to be solved, as I can go back to the previous page.
Unfortunately, there is still something wrong because once I hit Back, I can't go to any other page by clicking on a link, I have to refresh the display (and reload the page) to make it work again. Strange...


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