From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en-US; rv:1.1a+) Gecko/20020620 BuildID: 2002062008 On the index page of the URL listed, if you roll over the text that says "Our philosophy can enhance your presence on the web." the link duplicates just under the text repeatedly every time you roll over it. (see screencapture attached). Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Go to URL 2. Roll over the text "Our philosophy can enhance your presence on the web." 3. Actual Results: The a:hover style is applied, but the text is also duplicated on the page. Expected Results: Just the a:hover style should have been applied.
Hmm. This seems like bug 145224, which should have been fixed a while ago. Is the build date reported above really the one that you're using?
Well, that's what it says in my titlebar: (Build ID: 2002062008)...
Confirming bug, 2002-06-24-08 (trunk) on Windows 98 SE.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Hmm, how odd, I see that the testcase didn't double the link as it was supposed to when loaded over HTTP. It does when loaded from disk though...
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*** Bug 154085 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Summary: Roll over text href causes duplication on page → [RR/RCF]Roll over text href causes duplication on page
*** Bug 154174 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
So, on a newer build I see the problem on the site, but not the testcase. I expect the author of the testcase has a :hover rule in userContent.css.
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I can see this bug some of the time, at some window sizes...
...and I can see it in 2002-06-02-21-trunk as well, so it's been around for a while.
There seems that amount of text, or of links, is a factor to reproduce the bug. Attachment #89091 [details] (http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=89091&action=view) always reproduces for me.
David wrote: > I expect the author of the testcase has a :hover rule in userContent.css. Nope, I would never do something like that. I am always testing with a vanilla nightly build. I can now reproduce the bug using the testcase too - as you say, it seems to come and go... I also noted that the problem disappeared if I removed too much of the text before the link.
Confirming issue with testcase provided. Tested with July 1 OS X trunk (2002-07-01-03)
Priority: -- → P3
*** Bug 160475 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Bug also occurs on Linux and Windows in current trunk builds -> All/All
OS: MacOS X → All
Hardware: Macintosh → All
changing summary for easier finding
Summary: [RR/RCF]Roll over text href causes duplication on page → [RR/RCF]Roll (hover) over text href (link) causes duplication (duplicate text) on page
I have this same problem on my homepage: http://www.iki.fi/hazor/ The same effect can be seen on several of my pages. They are all clean xhtml basic (validated) and formatted with some advanced css.
Also happens at http://keir.mierle.com/, which uses :first-line (like at least one of the dups).
I used to see this bug frequently on a message board: http://empeg.comms.net/ It doesn't happen so often anymore, but both 1.2a and 1.2b will occationally exhibit this behavior. What makes it hard to track down is that it's not consistently reproduceable. I could hover over a link, have it act normal and then without clicking, hover back over and have it start. However, once it starts, I can repeatedly hover over to get as many copies of the link text as I want. When one link on a page starts doing this, the other links will still appear correct when hovered over. When it happens, if I reload the page, the problem will sometime disappear, but other times, it will continue to misbehave. I haven't been able to find any set of steps that will consistently reproduce the problem. If it happens once, I'll try to repeat the steps I took, but often it won't happen again. I read many web-based message board, but it only happens to me on one of them http://empeg.comms.net/ that is also the only message board I read that's running UBB Threads. Looking at the HTML, I don't see anything odd, but I haven't looked to see if there's any stylesheet quirks.
this is probably a dupe of bug 177539
testcase here is pretty close to the testcase for bug 177539 and the behavior at the URL is the the same as bug 177539. marking dupe *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 177539 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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