Using Mozilla 0.9.9, Build ID: 2002031104, on an Intel Pentium 200/MMX with 32MB mem and Win95. To reproduce, go to the page and switch to the style named "decoy monograph 1.1/cyber-outlaw". Then scroll, first *real* slow, after that *real* fast. Background images with background-attachment:fixed aren't being correctly refreshed while scrolling the page. I usually get an assortment of stripes from the background image upon scrolling, sometimes nothing at all. Still, in certain inner (floated) elements, the refresh works perfectly, even when scrolling slowly. Clipping is also perfect when the refresh works. *BUT*, when scrolling real fast, the refresh works. Also, restoring the window and/or resizing it will restore the correct layout. Guessing an events problem, especially if floats and/or tables are treated separately from the primary flow. Perhaps related to bug 83289, bug 112410. There are a bunch of others having to do with scrolling and fixed background images as well...
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looks like dup of bug 112410 *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 112410 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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