Hester - 11:00 am on Jun 23, 2006 (gmt 0)
Opera 9 is anything but rushed. They've been releasing betas for about 2 years. 9 times out of 10, a problem with Opera is down to bad code that other browsers don't mind. But Opera adheres strictly to the specs, even when it means something doesn't work. They have been more lenient in recent years, allowing all kinds of mangled HTML to be reprocessed, which Firefox also has its own way of tackling. Hey, even broken XML displays in Opera! Unlike the yellow-screen-of-death in Firefox, where a single error means nothing is shown. Anyway, perhaps it's a cookie setting in your browser, or a fault with the server... I bet Opera is doing the right thing, and the code just needs to be tweaked. But if it is a genuine bug, make sure you report it and they'll look into fixing it.