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I am unable to start a bounty using Opera Mini, despite the fact that pretty much all other JS/AJAX functions work.

When I choose to start one, the mini-wizard appears, as it should, but I cannot select "Next". It simply 'refreshes' the page with the mini-wizard still in place. I also cannot select "cancel", or the "x" at the top-right of the mini-wizard.

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Can you see client side errors? –  Shadow Wizard Apr 21 '13 at 7:33
    
There are no errors - it simply does a quick refresh (or redraw, as the server does not make any changes to the page when I click "Next"). –  Mike Anthony Apr 21 '13 at 7:57
    
Confirmed - however I'm struggling to understand how Opera expects us to debug any problem on this brower: there is no real javascript console, and javascript is run on a server... dev.opera.com/articles/view/opera-mini-and-javascript –  Sklivvz Apr 22 '13 at 14:58
    
Weird indeed - it's just interesting how other JS actions work, but this one does not. I know that, when I need to add a comment with Mini, I have to press "Add Comment" twice, but that's natural as you have scripts that count the characters left. That, I can understand. But this, there;s just something wrong. It's just not registering a thing. and I'm surprised they don't have a debugging facility. I, too, have had problems with my apps on Mini. –  Mike Anthony Apr 22 '13 at 15:05

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Unfortunately at the moment we don't support Opera mini.

Reason: a combination of amount of work required and amount of visitors using the browser.

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Relevant FAQ entry –  Gaffi Apr 22 '13 at 16:04
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The FAQ entry doesn't explain why though, it just links to this answer. Wasn't it because Opera Mini's proxy doesn't support gzipping? Wasn't there a Meta answer from Jeff to that effect? –  Pëkka Apr 22 '13 at 16:23

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