Closed Bug 18386 Opened 20 years ago Closed 20 years ago
Mozilla renders frameset incorrectly
From mozilla.org suggestions: From: Chris Brainard <email@example.com> Subject: Mozilla Can't Eat Frames! To: firstname.lastname@example.org I downloaded the latest binary for Nov 8th, 1999 for windows 98. I have a site that does a very complicated frameset that I thought you might want to use to test your frames with Netscape 5. I tested the latest binary and it didn't work correctly on this frameset. http://www.interactiveconcepts.net/atlas/ It is 4 frames surrounding an inner frame. I had some problems with Netscape 4. 1. Netscape and IE have a 1 pixal difference. 2. A table that has cells and is set to 100% will not resize (height) if there is a graphic in the last cell. 3. Netscape is a lot harder to get frames to seamlessly meet up correctly. Hopefully Netscape 5 won't have these problems. Sincerely, Chris Brainard
Severity: normal → critical
OS: All → Windows 98
Hardware: All → PC
Target Milestone: M10
Scroll bars appear and the frameset does not show correctly when displayed. http://www.interactiveconcepts.net/atlas/
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
OS: Windows 98 → All
Hardware: PC → All
Target Milestone: M10 → M12
M10 is over, M11 is branching as I write, so this bug will have to be M12 at the earliest. This bug appears on Linux as well as Windows, so marking platform ALL The scrollbars bug is a dup of 14827
The frame that does not display is the main frame. This may not even be a frameset issue as this page does not display on it's own either: http://www.interactiveconcepts.net/atlas/main.htm Viewing the page in Nav I get Macromedia Flash. I'm not sure what the status of our support for the flash plugin is yet, so I'm CC'ing Andre, the plugins guru.
I do not see any problems with playing macromedia content. In case of separate main frame it keeps reloading but this is known parser issue, Harish is on it. On the original URL everything looks fine from the plugin standpoint.
After careful consideration, I've decided that I probably won't get this bug in for M12. Currently I have nearly 50 bugs scheduled for M13, so there is a possibility that this bug may need to be moved out farther still.
I see a blank window with the word "embed" in it, but no plugin. Andre, how do I install plugins for Seamonkey? Thanks!
On Windows just put it into plugins dir which should sit next to mozilla.exe
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Awesome. I just tried it and this site works for me. Thanks Andre.
Oh, and the scrollbars problem is bug 14827.
Marking verified per last comments.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Component: Layout: HTML Frames → Layout: Images
Product: Core Graveyard → Core
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