Go to that site and select one of the articles (you need to know Hebrew - the English sub-site works fine). You also need to register in order to access the articles (registration is free). In the article display, many images disappear. Opening the same link in IE5.5 shows those images. Same problem happens in 1.1a version.
Do you use NS6 on your system ? Have you tried to clear the disk cache ?
>>Do you use NS6 on your system ? No, but I have Communicator 4.7x installed (but rarely used) >>Have you tried to clear the disk cache ? I cleared the disk cache and now some images do appear, but not all of them. Please note that some of them are dynamic (maybe animated GIFs).
Same pages, when viewed on Windows XP with same Mozilla version (1.2a), display just fine.
I have installed the latest beta of the Phoenix browser and the problem does not occur there. So it's only Mozilla on Windows 2000. -- Amir --
reporter (Amir): can you reproduce this bug with a recent build of mozilla (for example, 1.2.1)? if so, please comment again with details. if not, please resolve this bug as WORKSFORME. thanks. (reassigning, as images not appearing is generally a network or cache issue rather than a layout one...)
Just installed Mozilla 1.2.1 and the problem still exists. As I mentioned before, the problem does not exist in Phoenix 0.3/0.4 and in IE 5.5. And I'm not sure it's not an overlay issue, since in some cases there is empty space where the image is supposed to appear and other cases the space is occupied by other frames.
have you maybe enabled the option to only load images from the originating server?
No, my browswer (it's now Mozilla 1.3) is configured to accept all images. However, it looks OK, so I suggest that we leave it as unconfirmed.
Clarification - the offending web site now looks the same in Mozilla and in IE 5.5, so I guess things have improved in Mozilla (or in the site?) since I opened this bug.
->Works For Me based on reporter's last comment