From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:0.9.8+) Gecko/20020212 BuildID: 2002021203 due to rounding errors, Mozilla (and thus Netscape 6.x) may not move a right-floated element over as far as it should be - this way the overlapping margins display wrong. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. visit URL or open testcase (2. if you're at the URL, go down to the punchbox "better stick to what's needed") 3. resize your window a little, until you can see a border at the right of the punchbox Actual Results: sometimes (rounding?) there is a border Expected Results: border should never appear Opera6 does it perfectly right (at least my testcase) IE6 does.. strange things. it doesn't change the display, but it doesn't display it perfectly either Mozilla does it well, except when your window is at a bad size
Created attachment 69511 [details] the mentioned testcase this is a simplyfied testcase demonstrating the issue. you may find the same testcase here: http://frozenfire.dnsalias.net/NEMESiS/testcases/rounding.html - it's a stipped down example of Eric A. Meyer's punchbox demo. easy to read.
Confirmed with build ID 20020214 on win2k
I dont see any odd thing with the testcase, is this WFM? Build 20040114, Windows XP.
it's still there in mozilla-1.6 (id 20040113) - so it probably will be for your build. did you RESIZE you window pixelwise? the bug only appears sometimes, when the window-width triggers this rounding error.
Created attachment 142882 [details] Somewhat reduced testcase showing problem I've attached a somewhat reduced testcase. To see the bug, it is essential that the containing block of the float: right have a percentage margin. Furthermore, the analogous testcase with float: left (included) shows no rounding errors at any window width, regardless of resizing from right or left.
*** Bug 214567 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I'm seeing this on Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:) Gecko/20040309 It's definitely still a bug.
Confirmed. Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040331 Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional 5.00.2195 SP4
A similar thing happens when a div with a percent-based width contains two other divs, one floated left, one right, whose widths add up to 100%. It seems to be the same issue. Testcase follows...
Created attachment 153585 [details] Compound percentages rounding error test case The divs are coloured for clarity. This doesn't seem to reproduce using ems in the outer div, nor in both the outer and inner divs, resizing window, text or both. Removing the percentage width from the outer div, or assigning a width of 100% seems to fix the bug. Any percentage width other than 100% seems to reproduce the bug.
Hmm, this looks like a rounding error in the computed values; not sure if we care enough to do double-precision math, though.