Moz 0.9.6 build 2001112009 Reproducible: Always Symptoms&reproduce: Open the page http://pes.internet.cz . You should see the right- edges of the graphical frame (small circles, .gif) rendered more to the right than they should be as well as other elements. Also the text later on the page goes beyond right margin of the central column. Reload doesn't help. (See also bug 81386 with similar problems, but this one is always reproducible.) Workaround: Change the "text zoom" to any other % (e.g., View/text zoom/90%). This causes the re-draw of the page and proper rendering.
Yes somthing is wrong with the rendering of the page. More to that - there is a strange horizontal line that doesn't appear in IE. This line causes a gap in the 2 vertical lines. I'll attach a pic. I have Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:0.9.6+) Gecko/20011120
The original page design has changed, you will not see it aging on that page. However, similar issue -in its "vertical" representation -can be discovered at www.gentleman.cz . Just watch the rightmost column with menus. You will see text mixed with graphics due to bad vertical placement. Change it text zoom fixes the rendering, reload does not. Thus, it seems to be the same issue in vertical dimension.
worksforme on build ID: 2001122603 Platform: WIN2K
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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