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Old 05-28-2010, 04:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I dowloaded the Opera Mini 5 browser on my Storm 9500 and I am very satisfied with it: fast and accurate in rendering web pages.
However, it sometimes happens that words/characters are overlapping other words, thus making the reading almost impossible. This is true in both Normal and Mobile view. Can the issue be resolved somehow or a fix is required by the Opera team ?
Also, some round buttons (where you make choices as part of a question, e.g., time of day, etc.) cannot be selected at all, as you can only zoom in once and therefore the button is too small for the finger to be able to select it.
Hope someone will help.

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I would think the browsers page rendering has to be addressed by Opera as I believe the pages are rendered on their servers before being sent to your device. The same with page options/buttons/dropdowns. This is also one of the drawbacks of touchscreens.
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