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Strange bug in Opera 10.60 and its possible solution

I discovered an unknown bug in the latest version of the opera (exactly 10.60, at 9.6 everything is fine): if you want to make a horizontal scroll for a very wide block (more than 18000px) with float elements inside, then the last elements in it will be unclickable and non-separable (: hover will not work), as if something overlaps them: ui.borovin.com/opera1.html
Rescue found in display: inline-block for internal elements and white-space: nowrap for external unit: ui.borovin.com/opera2.html
But for a number of reasons, the second option does not suit me, perhaps someone will prompt a solution for float elements. Google doesn't know anything about it (although it may have been crookedly asked).
Thank you in advance for the tips and all for the warning and possible solution if you are thinking of doing something like this (by the way, plug-ins like jScrollPane also suffer from this).
In other browsers, everything seems to be fine, even in IE.


Source: https://habr.com/ru/post/100941/

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