Created attachment 8644999 [details] ff_drop_down_mess.png User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:42.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/42.0 Build ID: 20150803030207 Steps to reproduce: Click on a text entry box on any form that has completion drop downs. Google advanced search is a good example. Actual results: Drop down is totally garbled (see attachment). Expected results: Drop down entries should be readable. Background color of drop down pane should be consistent with color scheme of the form.
This might be related to GPU
QA Whiteboard: [bugday-20150803]
Component: Untriaged → Graphics
Product: Firefox → Core
Are you saying the browser runs GPU specific code? Hardware faults wouldn't selectively appear in a particular aspect of browser operation. Especially something that has been working flawlessly until recently. And why does this behavior not surface in other browsers?
(In reply to Peter.Stein from comment #2) > Are you saying the browser runs GPU specific code? No, > Hardware faults wouldn't selectively appear in a particular aspect of browser operation. Especially > something that has been working flawlessly until recently. Sure, this is not about your hardware, instead it might have recent build issues that had trouble adjusting some specific machines, I have passed these things , you can see bug 1176506
Peter: First, please attach a copy of about:support from Firefox to this bug report. Second, please answer the following questions: Which Linux distribution/version/desktop environment are you using? Are you using the proprietary or open source GPU driver? Are you using Firefox directly downloaded from mozilla.org or is it from some other repository? Have you made any customization changes to the default installation? (please explain) Have you made any customization changes to Firefox? (please explain) Has anything else changed on your system before this started happening? (eg. system updates) Does this happen if you try another Firefox version? Does this happen with any other web browsers? (please explain which you've tested) Does this happen if you try using an alternate GPU driver (ie. proprietary or open-source)? Does this happen if you try another Linux distribution? Finally, is this easily reproducible on your system? If so please identify detailed steps to reproduce.
Today's (8/13) update for Nightly fixed the problem.
Glad to know :) Feel free to re open if anything happens like that again
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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