User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021212 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021212 This one is fairly strange and hard to explain. I was trying to debug why a piece of JS code wasn't working in Mozilla, but works in IE. After trying to figure out the problem by systematically removing pieces of HTML code, I noticed a pattern: the problem would fix itself after the HTML size dips below 16K. I'll attach the test page I was using. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. View the HTML file. 2. Move your cursor on one of the (#/#) texts at the end of one of the message lines. 3. It will do the wrong thing: which is bump the list item to the bottom and screw up the order of things. 4. Now save the file somewhere, and edit it. 5. Remove the JS commented line that looks like ///////////. (There are two of them.) This will dip the file size to below 16K. 6. Save the file and try step #2 again. 7. Now, it will do the right thing, which is simply change the color of the b/g. This isn't affected by what style is changed, as I've tested it with changing the font as well. It will still have the same behavior. Is this linked to some strange buffer overflow or memory error?
Just installed the lastest nightly, and it still doesn't work for me. I'm using: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.3b) Gecko/20030109 under Windows XP I'm going to try rebooting the system, just in case there's something really fudged up over here.
Reboot. Same problem. BTW, lemme explain the function of it a little bit. When you put your cursor on the 0/0, it's supposed to highlight the lower thread (but NOT start moving stuff around). If you click on it, it will collapse that thread. The problem is only with the onMouseOver. Can we get anybody else to try this out?
When you mouse over on 0/0 there is not supposed to be any action. <span class=new>0</span>/<span class=new>0</span>) And for such span there is no action in function ToggleUL (ElNum). There is supposed to be highlight in topmost 1/1, for exemple, and it work. For me baheviour of Mozilla and IE are absolutely equal.
I encountered the same stated problem on my laptop running Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.3b) Gecko/20030202, Win 2k which is that the highlighted item will move around when the number besides it is highlighted. When the file size is reduced to 16k, the problem is fixed. However, I do not encounter the problem on my desktop which is running the same OS/browser configuration, the difference though is the cache size, which is set to 4mb memory/64mb disk for laptop and 16mb mem/512mb disk for desktop
My cache size was 4mb/50mb. I changed it to 16mb/512mb, restarted Mozilla, and I still get the same thing. Tried clearing the cache and it doesn't work. Maybe it needs a full cache? Kelvyn, is there any way for you to change the behavior of the bug on either the laptop or the desktop, using Mozilla's Preferences? Does reducing or enlarging the cache size on the laptop/desktop change it?
I just recently DL'ed the latest version of Netscape Navigator 7.0. I've encountered a bug with it on a forum board that i frequent. When ever my mouse icon rolls over a button that collapses and expands threads, the whole thread gets reversed. Meaning, replies that were at the top now go to the bottom. I do not get this bug with MS explorer. I have not changed my Netscape settings in anyway from when i DL'ed it, nor have i changed it afterwards to try and prevent it. I run both on Win98SE.
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