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wait.. i managed to fix that by changing the times on the fades.. i cant get it to blink now :)
hopefully that did the trick..
var opacity_timer = null;...
okay just got rid of them.
i just found it still does that stupid blinking efect when you mouse over and them mouseout halfway through the fade :confused:
okay guys i just got it working like a charm!
thanks so much MrNobody!
Here is the final code for anyone interested in a smooth fade in/out with mouseover:
thanks for the reply MrNobody.
Sorry about that, forgot to take it out of the code, just ignore setBackGrad().
That code works pretty good, i modified it ever so slightly, and im gonna work it...
hello all :)
after attempting, and failing, and attempting again, and failing, after several hours im finally seeking help lol.
my goal is to create smooth fading effect for a div element i have...
i agree, cause a onload even seems like a better choice over a onreadystatechange event
thats why im here :D your much welcome.
so that script hide the object 'zzr' when the page is finished loading?
if it was possible to hide the mouse cursor on a page then you could eaisly write a script that makes a image follow the mouse pointer, making it appear that that image is the mouse pointer. but i...
i would also recomend going for the 'once the entire page has loaded' script, becuase just images becomes difficult
well having a quick look at you html i can see that:
A: You havent linked to the external css file correctly
wont this only delay the function by 3 seconds? not stop it?
<meta http-equiv="pragma" content="no-cache">
i think that would work to.
okai thanks, ill keep it in mind for next time
What version of msn are you using?
It may be worth updating if you are using a old version.
If you are using the current version/cant update msn, try running the installer again and selecting the...
here are some of the tests:
11/17/2006 6:33 AM GMT 427 kb/s 64 kb/s 231 ms San Jose, CA ~ 7850 mi
11/17/2006 6:32 AM GMT 373 kb/s 95 kb/s 107 ms Auckland ~ 1650 mi
Yes as this info can be spoofed by things like Firefox Extensions etc.
well if you cant start up the pc, i believe the only other way out is repairing your XP setup with the Windows XP disk
try formatting the external again. it may work
Yeah check your firewall, i get problems with mine (not showing display pictures/emotions/lag)
Hey, im also having trouble with my wireless router, i dunno whats happening but the ping time is huge (300 ms average).
Please tell me if you need an more info, thanks :)