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I'm curious to know if what I'm seeing is intentional or otherwise. Since the graphical upgrade the other day I've noticed that the header logo temporarily goes solid grey, as if the image was dissapearing and leaving just the cell color, as soon as the mouse enters either of the orange borders' outer limit. In other words, when my mouse goes up into the bottom border, the logo flashes. If my mouse comes down into the top border the logo flashes.

 

I've only noticed it at work with IE 6. I'll take a closer look at home on my Opera browser.

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Curious. I might have an idea about it; could you let me know if you get the same thing at home with Opera? Also, which skin are you using, are you using LCVG Classic, Current or Current Dark?

 

Anyone else with IE6 notice any funny business? I didn't see any when I tested with IE.

 

-j

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Originally posted by Robot Monkey+Mar 8 2004, 09:46 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Robot Monkey @ Mar 8 2004, 09:46 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Starhawk@Mar 8 2004, 09:19 PM

I'm using IE 6 and I AM getting the flashing logo as well.

Yeah, but you're on dial-up, so you have other issues. ;)

 

-j [/b]

:evil: Yes, my priorities are a little off right now. :)

 

Specifically, I'm on IE 6.0.28 and it's exactly as blackcalx describes it. Also, if I move the mouse slow enough over the edge of the border, I get an hourglass for a split second.

 

I dont know if that is even worth noting, but I just noticed it. :)

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Specifically, I'm on IE 6.0.28 and it's exactly as blackcalx describes it. Also, if I move the mouse slow enough over the edge of the border, I get an hourglass for a split second.

 

Still the same here as well. Also, I noticed my cursor stays in pointer form rather than switching to the hand like it does for the other links on the page.

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I wish I could help you all, but I use Mozilla's FireFox (highly recommend it!) And I have notice no problems with it.

 

Have you tried clearing your internet cache? If it still flashes, try reisntalling the internet browser..... If that dont work, try downloading a different internet browser?

 

I wish Icould be more help/

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Originally posted by HL2CROSSFIREMOD@Mar 9 2004, 09:39 AM

Have you tried clearing your internet cache? If it still flashes, try reisntalling the internet browser..... If that dont work, try downloading a different internet browser?

It certainly isn't such a problem as to warrant a reinstall, even if it was possible with distributed applications in a corporate setting.

 

I wish I could use an alternate browser, but while at work I'm stuck with IE.

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The cursor statys in pointer because I told it to. I can't remember why, however.

 

The cursor stays in pointer because of the way the image is being displayed with a <div id=... call intead of the normal img tag, which is probably also causing the flashing logo for whatever reason. It's hard for me to completely varify it though since I only see the logo flash occasionally.

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Originally posted by DrunkOM@Mar 9 2004, 01:05 PM

The cursor statys in pointer because I told it to. I can't remember why, however.

 

The cursor stays in pointer because of the way the image is being displayed with a <div id=... call intead of the normal img tag, which is probably also causing the flashing logo for whatever reason. It's hard for me to completely varify it though since I only see the logo flash occasionally.

The logostrip is a a div instead of an img because of browser compatibility reasons. There was a "cursor: pointer" in the logo style, but I took it out. I'll put it back in temporarily -- Sean, tell me if it makes a difference at work.

 

-j

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