* TITLE/SUMMARY [PP] Bottommost portion of images filled w/garbage during rendering * STEPS TO REPRODUCE 0) Clear your cache, if it isn't already. 1) View a PNG or JPEG image (haven't checked GIF), such as http://jazz/users/ pnunn/publish/pngpix/pinata.png, or (sorry ;) http://www.prometheus-music.com/ prologo2.jpg * RESULT - What happened While the image is displaying, the bottomost portion of the image that hasn't yet been drawn is filled with random bit gunk. Yuck. - What was expected Behavior equivalent to Win32/Linux builds, please. * REGRESSION - Occurs On viewer (1.7.98 build for Mac OS) - Doesn't Occur On viewer (1.7.98 build for Win32) viewer (1.8.98 build for Linux) * CONFIGURATIONS TESTED - PowerMac 8500/150 (233 Mhz 604e), 64 MB RAM, Mac OS 8.5.1
<If it matters, yes, this does also occur with GIFs. For a good example, see http://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/files/images/browse/jpl9015ac.gif>
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
This is a duplicate of #1248. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 1248 ***
Verified duplicate of 1248.
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Steve, talk to me before you spin any cycles on this. or reassign it to me. -pn
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