From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i586; en-US; rv:1.1a) Gecko/20020610 BuildID: 20020610 Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Browse to www.soulflytribe.com 2. Click on "What we belive" 3. Click the select box Actual Results: Select box is layed out in different positions Expected Results: Lay out the list under the select box =)
WFM in build 2002070108 PC/Win98.
WFM 2002 07 01 04 w2k. this kinda reminds me of the bug where the url dropdown was misplaced, that bug was fixed a few weeks ago. Reporter, can you try a more recent build and see if you can reproduce there?
Using Mozilla 1.1b (20020722) and the bug happens again, it's not fixed.
Happens for me too. (linux 2002091308) But after going to another page, and going back, it is placed correctly.
Reproduced on 12/23 Trunk Build for Linux. The effect does not happen when I have scrolled all the way up, but it does happen when I have scrolled the page all the way down and then click the select box.
It happens in Linux using the branch build too. Windows is fine. It seems to be caused by a select box being in an iframe. Simplified test case attached.
I'm seeing this bug in 1.6 on Linux, but the current testcase (added in comment 10) works fine. I only get this bug with a select box that I have to scroll down to get to, and only when I have used another select box earlier in the page before scrolling down. The bug doesn't happen if I switch to another browser tab and back again between opening the two select boxes.
Created attachment 139204 [details] New testcase Bug only occurs if both select boxes are in a block with "overflow: auto;" in its style (I only discovered this while making the testcase.) The text of this file isn;t relevent to the bug, it is page 44 of "The Fairy Godmothers and Other Tales" , a book currently being processed by Project Gutenberg's Distributed Proofreaders - I noticed the bug while using DP's spellchecker.
WFM, SeaMonkey trunk 2005-06-28-07 on Linux. Can anyone still reproduce this in a trunk build?
wfm with FF10.0.1 on Ubunto