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Marquee movement problem

 
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I need to display some dynamic info on my page, which are context relavent. Getting it from the server is no problem. Displaying it is.

I had thought of using a DecoratedPopupPanel with an HTML with a "marquee" tag. Doesnt work.*
Then I tried an HtmlPanel with the marquee tag. Doesn't work.*
I tried googling but found only this http://code.google.com/p/google-web-toolkit/issues/detail?id=1247

*The text shows up, but doesnt scroll.

Any ideas?

 
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Ok.
This might be a browser issue.
I ran the same code on Mac+Safari+GWT plugin and it works.
But if I try it on Ubuntu+FF+GWT Plugin it does not.
 
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