Linux build 2001112121 I finally got together a testcase which shows weirdness when one has a document.write() in the HEAD element, a select element within a <tbody>, and starts playing hide and seek. Putting an alert after the document.write() solves the problem in the testcase (but not in the real life case that this is distilled from). In the first attachment, the two first checkboxes show wrong behaviour. Also note that the initial display differs! Also note that if I remove the <select> element from the table, all is fine. With the Linux 2001102910 build the testcases both are OK, so it might be related to the fix for 110523. I hope this may be of use to someone to track this problem down.
I just checked Linux builds 2001110821 and 2001110612 : both display _both_ testcases incorrectly, but different from the the incorrect display of 2001112121. 2001110612 at first displays the first attachment correctly, but goes bad after shift/reload. There is a difference in initial rendering between with/without alert().
Assignee: asa → attinasi
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: Browser-General → Layout
Ever confirmed: true
QA Contact: doronr → petersen
WFM using 2002012203 build on WINXP. peterson: Can you try Linux? Thanks!
Target Milestone: --- → Future
WORKSFORME on a fresh Linux CVS build. Resolving WORKSFORME. Reporter: if you are still experiencing problems with this bug, please reopen it, and describe what you see.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Yes, works for me as well. Whoever solved this, thanks.
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