Build: 2002083017, Mac OS 9.2 Build: 20020902 CVS, Debian GNU/Linux To reproduce: 1. Go to <http://tantek.com/projects/resume.html>. 2. Note that this page suffers from one or more of bug 57512 and bug 157099, but I'm fairly confident that doesn't relate to this bug. 3. Scroll the page (using the inner scrollbar caused by bug 57512). 4. Cover this window with another window. 5. Toss a coin, then return this window to the front so that the page redraws. What happens: 3. When scrolling, the newly-exposed area consists of scrambled copies of the area you could already see, rather than the rest of the page. 5. If the coin came up heads, the page is rendered. If it came up tails, you just get a blank white page.
WFM: Using 2002103004 build on WinXP. firstname.lastname@example.org: Do you still see this issue?
This is now worksforme (likely fixed by something roc did at some point, possibly while fixing overflow:auto sizing).