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Interestingly, the tFader.js script was updated on June 6th, maybe to address this issue. Can you try the current version 1.0.1?
Edit: Oops, you didn't say that was your site. Perhaps send them a suggestion to update?
Modified by jscher2000
tFader.js version 1.0.1 works w/FF 13.0.1, but not with tFader.js version 1.0. Very Strange. That site was lasted updated on 6.4.12. I wonder why the new version of FF is not compatible with tFader.js version 1.0 when the.script works in Chrome and IE?
Not sure if this is the fix for all the .js issues, but readers be advised if a given site is running the tFader.js version 1.0 and you're viewing it in FF 13.0.,1 that would be the reason-or at least one reason-things are not working.
Support for -moz-opacity (MozOpacity) has been removed in Firefox 13 and that causes the 1.0 version to fail.
Just as a footnote, this is one of several -moz properties that were removed in Firefox 13. Others include -moz-border-radius and -moz-box-shadow. These properties are still useful for backwards compatibility, but going forward, you need to use the standard properties (i.e., the ones without the -moz prefix).
Same here,I've done all and still does't work.
Hi Alexandrandjohnny, can you be more specific about the problems you're having? This thread refers to a script installed by web site operators to rotate between pictures. If your problem is different, please start a new question:
In the case of opacity that is not really necessary because opacity has been supported since Firefox 0.9 according to the article and you shouldn't be using such old versions.
You may need to reload web page(s) and bypass the cache (or clear the cache) after making changes to files on the server (Firefox can be stubborn).
- Press and hold Shift and left-click the Reload button.
- Press "Ctrl + F5" or press "Ctrl + Shift + R" (Windows,Linux)
- Press "Cmd + Shift + R" (MAC)