the Opera check should be considered a user feature request
to avoid the annoying flash in some situations. Since it does
not do any harm, I would leave it in to make users happy;
HTML5 specs leave that decision to implementors.

Later on, that part could be removed when it can be confirmed
that newer Opera versions have fixed that flashy behavior.
I haven't incurred much in that problem myself anyway.

Diego Perini

On 13 Mag, 19:50, John-David Dalton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Thanks Diego,
> Good catch on the timeout, clearing the timer variable is probably the
> right way to go :)
> So maybe we I should remove the Opera check considering other browsers
> may support the HTML 5 spec as well.
> - JDD
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