Hi! I am using the "Chrome" theme and I was seeing severly distorted icons on the top menu bar of the Mail/News app. I saved a picture of this to http://students.washington.edu/~bwehrle/corrupt.png. It looks quite odd, dont' you agree ? Originally, this setup was working just fine, and I was very happy with the theme. Howver, today it appeared all garbled. 1) I am using a 800x600 display @ 16 bit color. 2) I restarted Moz completely, but this had no effect. 3) I then restarted the computer: again, no change 3) I changed the theme to "Classic", restarted Moz.. 4) The "Classic" theme worked just fine. 5) I changed the theme back to "Modern" and restarted- this finally fixed the problem, and the "Chrome" theme appeared with the icons correctly displayed. I recently installed DirectX8.0 from MS, but I was not using any DD apps during after the restart/reboot/change theme tests, so since the problems were still occuring, I don't think this was a factor. However, I don't know how I got into this state originaly. This is not a critical bug, but might be
what build are you using, did you try a latest nightly or the milestone, also if you try a new build make sure to try a new clean directory install and new profile. This is mostly likely the #1 cause.
This also occurred for me on a late September (20th - 27th roughly) nightly Win32 build after installing some extra themes such as LittleMozilla, Alfred, and Aqua. I could never find a reliable way to reproduce it, although it occurred on at least every third start of the MailNews component. My problem has not recurred with builds after 9-30. Note that the icons displayed in wehrle's picture are the Classic-theme MailNews icons, but without any spacing between them. The selected theme was Modern, however.
I will update to a new build- and install it in a new directory as well. Yes, I am mistaken, it is the "Modern" theme. I'm not sure how I made that slip. This is a fresh install of build 2001091303 on Win98 Brian
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 97749 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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