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question on magnifier to zoom on images

Posted on 2009-07-05
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Hello group,

I'm working on page where I'm using a magnifier to zoom on an image. However,  when I move the mouse cursor over an image the image disappears but then the 2nd attempt goes fine. What causes this and how can I fix it?


http://infomaticsindia.com/ecom/product/detail/9/Art%20park%20Sculpture%20collection

tool I have used:

http://valid.tjp.hu/tjpzoom/

Thanks,
ak
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May be it is a problem with IE, I ran it on FireFox for example no problems noticed.
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