From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.0.0) Gecko/20020530 BuildID: 2002053012 When you scroll the page, the two top images appear jagged while the other don't. Another way to make it happen is to right-click in the middle of the images : the top images will be corrupted the other one not. I'll attach some PNG to show that... Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.open the URL 2.scroll up and down or right-click in the middle of the image 3. Actual Results: The image is diaplayed incorrectly Expected Results: The image should not be affaected, and resized or not image should dispaly correctly in all case. Note that if you minimize the window (or any other mean to trigger a redraw) the images appear correctly. The bug appeared since some time (most probably around 0.9.8) but as I don't see it fixed I fill a bug - it is the last thing that prevent me to recommend Mozilla to all my colleagues :-) The diffeence between the two type of image is clear: the two images on top are resized (their original size is different from the displayed size) whereas the next images on the page are not - this is the reason, but what is the cause :-)
Created attachment 87327 [details] VIew of corrupted images after scrolling This is what happen when I scroll (moving the vertical lift quickly up and down several time)
Created attachment 87329 [details] View of corrupted image after right-click Here I right-clicked on the 'nose' of the four image, after the context menu appeared and disappeared, here is how the images look like... ugly, he!
This is probably the same as bug 102401, but this one (IMHO) has a better summary. I mentioned the resizing issue in bug 102401 comment 16.
Actually the bug seems not to be with Mozilla but with the video card driver. My video card is a ATI 3D RAGE PRO, and following the tip of comment 13 in bug 104992, I updated the driver of the card to the 'alternate driver' (http://www.ati.com/support/products/pc/ragepro/win98/rageprowin98drivers.html) and the problem is gone! (Note that I'm using W98, and that upgrading DirectX to 8.1 alone did not change the problem - the driver need update too) More information on the ATI card problem can be found in bug 104992 To summarize, most probably somewhere around 0.9.8, Mozilla has changed the way the resizing was done from an internal comoputation to the use of card function - and that has exposed the bug of the ATI drivers. Finally, also it is not a problem with Mozilla, I suggest we let the bug open, so that people will have less trouble solving this problem in the future by doing a search in Bugzilla and hopefully fill less duplicate :-)
Summary: Resized image display wrongly during scrolling, etc... → Resized image display wrongly during scrolling, etc... [ATI card driver problem]
Don, is this just a duplicate of 104992? The default search does not pick up unconfirmed bugs, and I doubt that leaving this bug open would contribute anything to it being more findable....
Depends on: 104992
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 104992 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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