From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:0.9.9+) Gecko/20020312 BuildID: 20020312 See the page info with Windows XP and classic skin. The selected tab should not be underlined as it is now. Se how the tabs are displayed in the display properties of XP for example to see what i mean.
-> Page Info
Please reassign to the default owner if you change the component...
reassign to themes. probably a bug in the native theme support
Also the Tabs in XP look weird. They dont look 100% selected due to this. The buttons in the Page info also would need some left and right padding added to them.
This is in fact a general problem in Classic skin. It occurs in other places with tabs too (like address book cards). This does not happen in Modern. I'm inclined to mark this INVALID as this is probably by design, however maybe someone with more knowledge of UI design has an opinion on whether we should fix this or not. CC'ing mpt. Also updating summary to better reflect real issue.
Any chance this could be fixed? Affecting tabs, page info etc Looks really bad.
happens on linux, though Mnyromyr says it doesn't happen on win2k
Yes, Win2k and OSX are okay. But I see this in Linux, too, eg. using the SeaMonkey 1.0b GTK1 release.
WRT comment 2 - I see the underline with modern theme in SM w2k and XP Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20060521 SeaMonkey/1.5a
About comment #12, I would say that MacOS X is not OK. It doesn't look as bad as in WinXP, but the basic problem remains: the selected tab is not connected to the tabpanel, as reported in bug #265698 which seems like a duplicate of this one to me.
Duping to newer bug that has a patch
Reopening, since dupe was Linux only
Requesting block, this make tabs look unpolished.
This is a visual bug; we'd take a fix, but we'd release with it.
(In reply to comment #19) > Created attachment 534789 [details] > blow up Note the gap in the border on the tab is bug 122248.