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Sushubh
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Now, there is this another problem, I could not fix...

The table on the right overlaps the text in Opera. It shows fine in FireBird and IE.

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dJomp
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Opera overlap

Please excuse me for splitting your post off, it'll make it easier for others to spot.

I'd help but I don't have Opera installed yet Laughing out loud

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Opera overlap

No probs on the split. Actually I thought abt starting a new post myself...
Abt opera, no probs. I am lookin for solution. Nothing I cant live without Smile

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Opera overlap

I can confirm on Opera 7.1 on a Linux environment it behaves like what you have mentioned. I can't give you the answer why it does so. Sad

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