Well, this could be ImageLib, Layout or CSS, but I have a reproducable case where Mac OS X's rendering is out by one pixel. The same effect does not occur on Mac OS 9 or Windows. See: http://pixel.recoil.org/ The logo "Lordpixel" doesn't quit meet up with its endcap on Mac OS X only. This is a CSS float with a background image. I'll also attach a screenshot
Confirming with 2002010808 CFM build. Reporter please include build used to see the problem. do you also see this in mach-o builds ? Also please add the css keyword.
Reassigning to Don.
Assignee: attinasi → dcone
Target Milestone: --- → Future
Here is another example of this css problem under Mac OS X Mozilla 0.97 & 0.98, an object positioned with css "bottom: 0" (or any value for bottom) is always 1 pixel higher than it should be. test example: http://phpwiki.sourceforge.net/alpha/sidebar/RecentChanges Look under the "Last edited on..." text at the bottom. Scroll the body up and down and you will see the text showing through a 1-pixel sliver below the date. Mozilla 0.98 Mac OS X carbon, Build ID: 2002020516
I have also noticed the same thing. See http://www.oneredfish.com/index2.html - buttons on the rhs should be flush with bottom of table cell. I have also noticed similar effects at apple.com. This bug does not appear in Netscape 6.2, but does appear in chimera 0.2.1 Mozilla 1.0rc1 Mac OS X Carbon build 2002041712
Works for me in Release 1.2.1 in OS X 10.2.2 lord pixel - the logo lines up just fine. phpwiki - alpha/sidebar no longer exists. oneredfish - what buttons on the right side? If there are no examples left, this should be resolved fixed.
Yes, its been fixed for a while (I can verify I have not changed the page at all). I'd forgotten about this bug. -> Fixed by something
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
*** Bug 148446 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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