From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; de-AT; rv:1.0rc2) Gecko/20020510 BuildID: 2002051006 The news-frame moves up when I take a look to ALL the newsheaders by selecting the [+] in front of the newssubject. It's not possible to scroll the scrollbar of the list-frame (over the mail) to the bottom. It seems that the news-frame has covered this part of the newslist. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. open the "mail & newsgroup"-window 2. select a newsgroup with much content (whichhas a scrollbar to the right in the list-frame) 3. move bar that separates the list-frame and the news-frame down to the lower part of the screen 4. collapse the headers of the mail (select the [-] in front of the newssubject in the news-frame) 5. select all-headers in the menu. (Sorry but I have the german text in front of me so I don't know which menu : view?->headers->all) 6. expand the headers of the mail (select the [+] in front of the newssubject) Actual Results: The bar that seperates both frames moves up and all headers are shown. It's not possible to scrollto bottom of the newslist. The few news of the list are not selectable. It's possible to select the news by using the cursor. This bug will not happen if you have selected the normal-header-information. Expected Results: It must be possible to scroll to the bottom of the list. The newsframe covers the statusbar of the window, if you move the bar further down to the bottom of the window. Is this an other bug that should be reported ?
I have sometimes a problem to reproduce this bug, so here are some aditional steps. After step 5 : 6. move the bar between the frames to the bottom of the window. (The news disappears.) 7. move the bar up, so you can see only the subject of the news. 8. expand the headers of the mail (select the [+] in front of the newssubject)
I tested this bug with a newer browser version as I reported this bug. I think this bug is fixed beacuse I can not reproduce it anymore.
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