* TITLE/SUMMARY Text drawn on top of image when displayed at high resolution (e.g. 1280x1024) <I'm pretty sure this is a duplicate, but I can't find the bug.> * STEPS TO REPRODUCE 0) Launch Mozilla 1) Use the highest resolution available (I used 1280x1024), and resize Mozilla to fill your screen 2) View the attached simplified test case (conveniently also available at http:// www.prometheus-music.com/gecko/cathedral2.html) * RESULT - What happened The second paragraph ("Here's the HTML...") is drawn on top of Mr. Raymond's head, rather than to the right of the image. - What was expected Text to flow around image. * REGRESSION - Occurs On Linux Apprunner (1999112908) Win32 Apprunner (1999112908 [NT 4, Service Pack 5]) Mac OS Apprunner (1999112908) - Doesn't Occur On Communicator 4.7 RTM for Mac OS * CONFIGURATIONS TESTED - [Mac] Beige Power Mac G3 (266 MHz PowerPC 750), 96 MB RAM (VM on; 1 MB of VM used), 1024x768 (Thousands of Colors), Mac OS 8.6 - [Win32] Vectra VL (233 MHz P2), 96 MB RAM, 800x600 (True Color), NT 4.0 SP5. - [Linux] Vectra VL (266 MHz P2), 96 MB RAM. Red Hat Linux 6.0 (GNOME).
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It's a floater incremental reflow bug. Notice that if you resize the window, then text correctly flows around the image
It is likely a DUP, but I don't know which bug it is a DUP of
It's a block/inline problem so adding to Kipp's bug list
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 18827 ***
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