(unclear if any relation with bug 121761) Google offers HTML conversion of PDF files. They are frequently messed up. Either because Google produces lousy HTML or because Mozilla does a bad job creating the lay-out. Likely this will be a very important evangelize target. (Mozilla 2001 12 21 06) As example you may want to try: http://www.google.com/search?q=www.renault.com/docs/finance_gb/la_renaultvolvo_gb.pdf
Confirming on Windows XP Pro. They're doing very, very bad HTML there though.
reporter: do u mean those overlapping texts ?? ar ... i guess this is the reason :- <div style="position:absolute;top:361;left:47"><nobr><pre><b><i>in AB Volvo</i></b></pre></nobr></div> <div style="position:absolute;top:354;left:138"><nobr><pre><b><i>be limited</i></b></pre></nobr></div> as they are in seperate divs ... so once the text is too big, they will become overlapped .... :)
Right, overlapping texts, by the way confirming on IE5, he, he, he. Seems a right job for evangalisation.
->over to mgalli for a look.
Resolving since this has been untouched for over a year. Internet Explorer shows the same results, as long as you allow the page's font size to be overriden (in Internet Options, Accessibility). Marking as a dupe of bug 125964, this is invalid per that bug. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 125964 ***