User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.5b) Gecko/20030712 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.5b) Gecko/20030712 If have a folder of my first account open, and the top folder of that account has ben scrolled off the top of the screen, and then I close the folder by clicking on the little triange, a number of spurious, unnamed folders appear above the main account Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: Assuming you have a large enough number of folders and subfolders, starting from a state where all folders are closed: 1. Expand a folder with a large enough number of subfolders to require scrolling to see all of them 2. Scroll the folder window so that the top few are hidden off the top of the folder pane 3. Collapse the folder opened in step 1. Actual Results: A number of spurious folders with no name and no vertical line and no account icon appears above the icon for the first account. Expected Results: The icon of the main account should be repositioned at the top of the folder pane
Created attachment 127691 [details] The spurious unnamed fodlers strike again This is what my mail app looks like when the problem occurs
Created attachment 128632 [details] scn prints showing spurious folders I have exactly the same problem as described above. Atached is a .zip file containing 5 .gif screenprints showing problem: 1. Expanded folders downward 2. Roll upward past top 3. Get extra blank folders 4. Have to close all folders to reset 5. Similar pblm always when I empty the trash folder
i have a similar problem, but it's not as 'critical' as the one described. (this occurs under mandrake 9.2 beta 2, using gnome 2.3.something) if i have one main folder (lets say containing besides inbox, trash etc. folders 1990-2003, open up one of these folders (containing inbox-jan-xx to inbox-dec-xx, scroll down using the scrollbar, and then close the upper folder (lets say 2002), thunderbird creates an empty space above my main account. sorry for that lousy description, see attached two pictures. (screenshot5.png, screenshot6.png)
sorry, i overlooked that this is a "mozilla"-mail-problem, mine was occuring under thunderbird v0.2a (20030808).
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