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    but I'd never got round to using it because of the lack of Opera support.
    you can make it work in opera with a slight trick.

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    Yes, I agree it's not really suitable for a real drop down scenario but useful for a quiz

    I have known about this techniques for years and years and while researching ideas for the quizzes I thought it would make a good quiz albeit in a different application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul O'B View Post
    I have known about this techniques for years and years and while researching ideas for the quizzes I thought it would make a good quiz albeit in a different application.
    Indeed, an inspired choice! It's a really intriguing technique and a guaranteed crowd-pleaser .

    I'm enjoying these latest quizzes very much, btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by YuriKolovsky View Post
    you can make it work in opera with a slight trick.
    Yes, I need to look at what you did in your solution. I'd still be reluctant to rely on this technique for mission-critical content though, at least until some sort of draft spec is produced to indicate that the completely undocumented (AFAIK) idea that it relies upon has, at the very least, the approval of sufficiently many implementers. It's great news that Opera have implemented this finally, as there is now enough interoperable implementations to at least drum up interest amongst the powers that be.


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