By Ola P. Kleivenolak. Wednesday, November 10, 2010 1:34:05 PM
With a small experimental update to the browser.js for Opera 11 we are taking it a bit further, disabling support for another two things that causes compatibility issues in Opera from time to time.
Update2: new file released 2010-11-16.
PATCH-328 is also now disabled, so CKEditor should be back working. Overall this was a very successful experiment, so there may be more of similar nature in the future. We will not be able to remove HTMLElement.all for now, but the goal is still to remove it at some point in the future.
PATCH-313 (disables attachEvent/detachEvent) and PATCH-331 (disables Element.removeNode) are still active, as we have not seen any feedback that they break anything so far.
PATCH-329 caused some breakage as you found and Hallvord explained below. PATCH-329 has therefore been changed to only apply on shimano.com for now.
PATCH-331 removes support for Element.removeNode. Yet another IE+Opera thing. Also it works in a slightly unintuitive way and in Opera it has caused clashes with the flowjs library.
Some sites fixed by this:
Shimano (main menu)
Southpark Studios (overlapping episode descriptions)
Can you find any more that break?