User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows NT 5.0) Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.1b) Gecko/20020829 When opening a new navigator window, the corrupted images showed up at the upper right corner. It showed fragmentation of a couple of buttons, like reload, back, or forward button. When you moved the mouse over it, it highlighted. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Fire up Mozilla 2. Open the new navigator window, either by File --> New --> Navigator Window, or "Ctrl N" or Navigator button at the lower left corner (in the tray). Actual Results: Few squares images of certain button part showed up at the upper right corner. Expected Results: Not to show that and have the "M" or "Head" icon be where it should be.
I do not know which Browser Component should this belong to, so I left it for "Browser-General".
Scott: * Please try a newer build (such as 1.2b, which ought to be release today or tomorrow, or a daily build); be sure to install this build in a clean directory (do not install one version of mozilla on top of another). Does this error still occur? * do the funny graphics continue to appear if you resize the window, or minimize and restore? * If you hide and then show the navigation toolbar, does this error still occur? * it appears you are using the modern theme. What happens if you choose the classic theme and restart mozilla? * Please try creating a new profile (just for testing). Does this error occur using the new profile? * Have you installed any third-party addons such as UABar? * What graphics card and driver version do you have?
It have been a while. No one else have this problem. It is probably an glitch when Mozilla was installing. So, no need to continue the work on this bug. Also, don't have Win2000 anymore. Status --> Resolved