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Shark Daddy
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Never had an Opera CSS bug this bad before (usually IE acts up, but you knew that already)... on the same page I described earlier (link), Opera is making the background of the embedded page (via an <object> tag) green instead of transparent, as is declared in the style. Anybody know of a way to get around this other than sniff? Thanks.

Now Fixed; ignore this thread.

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This time an Opera problem

I actually have a similar problem with Opera... a google image I have has a green background when it's meant to be transparent, none of my other images are doing this... can't wait to see the fix =)

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This time an Opera problem

Hi Shark Daddy,
If you specify a color instead of transparent what shows up?

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This time an Opera problem

Only transparent acts strangely, the rest work properly. I might go to Opera and see what's up...