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From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:0.9.8+) Gecko/20020222 BuildID: 2002022203 This happens consistently on my system for about the last week, across several different Mozilla builds, but doesn't seem to be happening on other computers (including mine at work, and others' whom I've asked to check it out), so this might be hard to track down, but it's completely reproducible for me on my machine (a Dell PC running Windows 98). When you load this test page, as well as some other sites, you find that certain background graphics (of pages, tables, and cells) doesn't display, and instead random bit patterns occur (sometimes apparently grabbed from other things on the screen), which change randomly as you scroll, minimize, maximize, etc. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Load the page. 2. Look at the edges of the table 3. Also try minimizing, maximizing, resizing, scrolling, etc. Actual Results: The right and bottom sides look like random bunches of pixels, while the top and left sides look OK. The random pixels change when you scroll, or minimize and restore. Expected Results: The table has a clean border consisting of a solid line all around it. Other pages where I've observed this problem: http://www.mnmensa.org/ [page background] http://www.21stcenturyinvestor.com/ [table backgrounds around logo]
this is a win98 background tiling problem that should be fixed with bug 122996 checkin to the trunk on 02/23/2002 20:18. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 122996 ***
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It's still doing it for me in build 2002022503... I think this needs to be reopened.
It works now for me in build 2002022703.
Verified.. Works fine on 2002022703 WIN2K