User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.3a; MultiZilla v1.1.32 final) Gecko/20021209 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.3a; MultiZilla v1.1.32 final) Gecko/20021209 When I have a list box with a scrollbar, the scrollbar gets a bizarre look --- it gets painted incorrectly bascally --- when the mouse goes over it. You don't have to scroll. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Go to the Query Bugs URL for Bugzilla. 2.Move mouse over any scrollbar. 3. Actual Results: Scrollbars looked weird. Expected Results: Nothing, just keep scrollbars painted correctly. Red Hat 8.0 with latest patches, using Mozilla 1.3a nightly RPMs from 12/9/2002 (mozilla-1.3a-2002120909_trunk_rh8_gtk2). Latest MultiZilla. Modern theme.
Worksforme, linux trunk build 2002-12-09-22 (modern theme, no multizilla).... A screenshot showing the rendering you see would be nice.
Created attachment 108860 [details] Screenshot of bad scrollbars The Product, Component, Version, Target, Status, and OS scrollbars are wrong. (I put the mouse over them.) The Severity scrollbar is half-drawn; I didn't put the mouse over it, it just happened to be drawn that way.
Um... why are you getting themed scrollbars there instead of the standard gtk ones? Do you have XBL form controls turned on or something?
I have no idea. All I did was install the RPMs, remove my ~/.mozilla directory, and run Mozilla. The same scrollbar problem happens with Classic theme and no MultiZilla.
Ok, just tried this again. It apparently depends on my gtk theme... if I use the standard Red Hat Bluecurve theme, they look fine. If I use "fishing the sky" or "gnububble", they mess up. I'm now using Mozilla 1.3b, the gtk2_xft RPMs.
cc'ing blizzard, could be a gtk2 issue per last comment Actually, I can reproduce it too, on the query page. with the lighthouseblue gtk theme.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 183518 ***