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Consider an element border of immense proportions, say > 500px.
Situation 1: a <p>test</p> with a border of 1000px will make the text within the
Situation 2: the same paragraph with a border of 30000px will be completely
shattered into checkered patterns and weird diagonal cuts.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Load testcase 1
2. Load testcase 2
3. Ponder the style algorithms
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Use Find to find the text, since it is black on black due to the border eating
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Scroll around and see the Cubism.
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This is not the usual "forgot to paint this area" that is covered in another
bug. This is a consistent _diagonal_ cut that doesn't go away by going back and
This works fine for me on Linux. Is it Mac-only or it it just that the amounts
required to trigger the bug are different on different platforms? ->GFX
I do see strange things happening on linux.
I see it now. Not sure why I didn't earlier. Perhaps related to bug 115526,
although it's not fixed in my tree. However, it may not be.
I do not see the "cubism" on Linux but I do see the text getting covered up by the border in both test cases. Recategorizing.