Hi, I noticed that when an image file is absent, the alternate text for the image does not appear in the mozilla brower. I am using version 0.9.9, build 2002031104. I was using my own web page, and my img tag did include an alt attribute. I am using a gif file for the image. I moved the gif file to another directory and displayed the page. The alternate text did not appear. Can you duplicate this problem? Kevin Coskey
Assignee: morse → pavlov
Component: Image Management → ImageLib
QA Contact: tever → tpreston
Kevin, what build are you using? Do you have a testcase? I cannot reproduce this problem on a current Linux build....
WFM win xp build 2002041512
I am changing this bug to resolved. I have been working on Windows 2000, and I had originally viewed my test case on IE and noticed that the alternate text appeared there as a tool tip, whether or not the gif file was present. The tool tip did not appear in Mozilla when the gif file was missing, so I thought there was a problem. I couldn't see the alternate text on the web page because I was controlling the width of the image. The width was so small that the alternate text could not be displayed. When I increased the width, I noticed the alternate text. A distilled test case follows below. Pilot error strikes again. Sorry for the trouble. Kevin <html> <head> <title>Missing image test case</title> </head> <body> <img src="missing_img.gif" style="width:25px;" alt="Where's the image?"> </body> </html>
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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