Really wierd one this - only started happening in 0.9.7. Also happens in latest nightly (2002-01-06). Basically, whenever you use overflow (auto and scroll values tested) in a DIV element then any tables inside this element cannot be horizontally centered using <table align="center">. Instead they almost (sometimes it works) appear at the leftmost side of the DIV. Refreshing the page as no effect, but resizing the window fixes it. After resizing, clicking on a form submit button inside this table causes the table to jump back to the left again.
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Created attachment 63438 [details] overflow: auto causes mis-alignment This is basically the default test12.html that ships with Mozilla that I've hacked to duplicate the bug. To repliate, simply open the page (you may need to refresh after loading). The main and footer sections will appear in the top left most corner of the DIV - this is the problem. Resize the Mozilla window and they will magically jump to their correct positions it appears to also affect any block element (ie DIV) positioned with CSS HTH
Changing component to style system
Assignee: attinasi → dbaron
Component: Layout → Style System
QA Contact: petersen → ian
Changing component back to layout. I think this is a duplicate, though.
Assignee: dbaron → attinasi
Component: Style System → Layout
QA Contact: ian → petersen
Oddly enough, in today's CVS, I only see the footer out of position.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Is there any way we can move this down to an earlier milestone? This is a pretty nasty layout bug.
I certainly hope so - my intranet that our company sells is a bit foobar'ed because of this. It worked fine in 0.9.6, but I couldn't use that as anchor points didn't work on pages ending with .php. Iratating, as 0.9.7 fixed the anchors, but broke the layout.
Looks like this has been fixed in the RC1 build :) I'll verify on a few more sites if I get time tomorrow
wfm winnt 2002112512 + reporters comment
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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