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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.3b) Gecko/20030210 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.3b) Gecko/20030210 Some of the buttons to choose system (Pro/Plus, Windows etc...) are missing, or drawn in incorrect places and shapes. I noticed it first with this new 1.3b (not earlier (nightly) builds of 1.3b). Internet Explorer also draws the page correctly. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Go in to the above mentioned page Actual Results: Some of the buttons are drawn incorrectly or are missing. The actual links (image maps?) are there, as can be seen in the status bar at lower left. There are holes in the row of buttons, and at least one of the buttons is dran to the far right end of the horizontal bar Expected Results: Drawn the buttons correctly. Do I need to expand on this?
WFM, Win32, latest trunk build.
worksforme, linux trunk build 2003-02-11-08
Now I can't replicate the problem. When I had the problem, I tried to get rid of it by different combinations of emptying cache and reloading the page. It did not help. Later, I got a problem where Mozilla did not behave correcly when clicking on a link in one frame with a target in another. (The page in the target frame was sent to the frame in which the link I was clicking was, instead of sending the page the link was refering to the target frame. Or, in other words, the page was divided in left and right frame. If I clicked a link in the left frame, the contents of the right frame now also was displayed in the left frame. What i expected was that a completely other page would be displayed in the right frame, and the contents of the left frame should be unchanged. Again, I emptied cache. But now I also quit Mozilla, and started it again, and thereafter reloaded the page. Then it worked as it should. That made me think that maybe my problem with versiontracker had gone away. And yes it had. So I guess that I had some kind of random errors in Mozilla. I know that I did quit Mozilla between the first and the second error. Unfortunately, I can't replicate them now, but Mozilla 1.3b for Mac OS X does not feel as a wonder of stability... Can somebody tell me if there is a log fle or similar that can be used for error tracking?
Created attachment 114536 [details] This is an example of how it looks when the buttons are drawn incorrectly
Created attachment 114542 [details] Another example. Note the row of Pro/Plus buttons in completely wrong place
WFM 1.3b / OS X Fredrik, is this happening again or are those new screenshots old?
Component: Browser-General → Layout
oops... really reassinging
Assignee: asa → other
QA Contact: asa → ian
Created attachment 114576 [details] Third example. Now there seems to be a ne column, in front of the program listing. I've experimented a bit, and I can't get rid of this strange behaviour. I have cleared disk cache, restarted Mozilla, reloaded te page. Nothing helps. I haven't restarted my computer, that remains to be tested.
Reply to Chris Casciano: They are new, but similar to what happened the first time, urging me to report this bug. Well, except for the third example, which I did not experience the first time. It is to some extent similar to what happened to me as described in the 3rd comment (the slightly delirious frame discussion).
marking new... didn't catch any dupes when i looked
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
I've had a suspicion that it has something to do with reload. I went into Versiontracker just now, it was a while since. Furthermore, it was just after 7 PM CET, which means around noon American time, with congestion on the net. The "buttons" were drawn correctly, but it took ages for the page or Mozilla to finish. In fact, I interrupted (stopped) Mozilla before it was finished (I could not see what was not finished, and I couldn't wait any longer). And then, the "buttons" were all over the place again.
duping to 194934 which is assigned & has a more accurate description of the problem *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 194934 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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