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Jo-an:-
the firefox issue with the flickering backgroun-image of the wrapper div could this be solved if the next or previous <em> receives focus a background of the to be seen part of the panoramic image is layered underneath (like solving IE flicker issues) or if you cut the image in small pieces and preload them would that solve the issue too since you dont use the background-position method but use a seperate image for each one, maybe the clip method could work too?
also discovered when using the aardvark extension for firefox (a javascript favlet i guess, the flicker disappears too)
(15.10.2005, 01:11)

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