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From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9.8+) Gecko/20020128 BuildID: 20020128 Drag the image to the right. Scrollbars will appear. And the content of the page will move.. So you actually kind of drag the whole document. This behavior does not happend with an div. Dragging and image should have the same behaviour. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. try testcase 2. drag image to the right
Created attachment 67102 [details] Drag to bottom right Acually, dragging only to the right is not enough. Drag the image to the bottom left.
Ah... sorry, i meant bottom RIGHT.
reminds me of bug 105618 and bug 111537 > layout
ISorry for the spam. I tested the rest of the pages below the start and they work fine so the problem must have something to do with mozillas implementation of HTML 4.01 Strict. (except for some minor alignement problems with the other images but thats probably my code)
hey -- that's a pretty cool page. The only time I get the shift, however, is if any portion of the triagle passes beyond the boundary of the window. If I contain the triangle to within the window, I do not see the shift. Do you see the shifting if the triangle stays within the window boundary?
I get the same results the Beth describes. Tested with the Feb 06th OS X build (2002-02-06-03).
I get the same results that Beth describes. Tested with the Feb 06th OS X build (2002-02-06-03).
WFM build 20020409.
Seing this again with build 20020430. Reopening.
i get the same results as described in comment 5 (and, i think, the report) - the page scrolls when the triangle is dragged to the bottom, but not the square. if the page scrolling is not supposed to happen, then I guess I'm seeing the bug (win2k, 1.0). confirming again.
WFM again using build 20020711 windows 2000 and build 20020706 Mac OS 9.