turrican said:vesuvius said:*snip*
Yepp, the fault is I think on both parties but nevertheless, Microsoft wants Silverlight adoption so they should fix it somehow.
Regarding the Opera weird issues, if you make your website XHTML STRICT 1.0, it'll work in Opera too. However, I know that Opera is a bit "odd". What I usually try to do is not to use too much fancy specialized weird stuff, this way, less stuff will be there to break.
Oh how this webdevelopment can be hell at times :/
I did make my website XHTML STRICT 1.0 and validated it against the WC3, but I still got strange layout in Opera. I thinks it was to do with CSS, but because I went through the effort of making it (the website) compliant, I decided I'd rather watch paint dry, that resolve Opera's issues.
As a counter argument ( remember I am being devils advocate here), if I have a product called Silverlight that works in 97% of web browsers and does not work in 3% of Opera browsers, there is no easy way to say this but "too bad".
I think this is the position Microsoft have taken, hence the muted response. Until Opera gets to lets say 10% of the Market share, then nowt will be done about it.