A page (www.tuxdomain.com) consisting of nested framesets produces visual artifacts upon startup or resizing the browser window. A visible vertical line can be seen at the border between the rightmost columns upon startup or resizing. This problem exists both in "quirks" and "standard" modes. No proprietary tags are used. The problem is most pronounced with the Windows build 2002081308 but can be reproduced with the Linux build as well (although it takes more effort). This problem does not exist with NS4.x (either Linux or Windows) nor with IE5/IE6.
Confirming bug, 2002-08-13-04 trunk Linux. Looks like a pixel-rounding error.
Need testcase. www.tuxdomain.com does not appear to have frames.
>Need testcase. www.tuxdomain.com does not appear to have frames. It did when the problem was first reported and confirmed which was nearly a month ago. The page in question needed work for several other reasons and as it appeared this bug was not being worked on the frames were eliminated. Reproducing the problem is a simple matter of creating a frame based page which is something that should be done anyway as you do not want to rely entirely on end user data for QA purposes.
Bulk moving P1-P5 un-milestoned bugs to future.