Reproduced so far only in 2005011006 XFT, GTK1 & WIN32 trunk builds. How I reproduce (difficult): 1-set default font size to 22px 2-open above URL 3-scroll main frame so that first heading is separated from top of frame by small amount of whitespace (~5px-10px) 4-zoom, either via keyboard shortcuts, or the view menu Actual result: 1-text in left and top frames zooms 2-text in main frame is not resized Expected result: 1-all text except that in images changes size Notes: 1-without scrolling to an appropriate position in the main frame, zoom will work in the main frame
*** Bug 277988 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 277990 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
too late for 1.8a6. blocking-
On Win98 I was also able to repro at 16px default with trunk, but not using 1.7.5.
The two things that would help here the most are: 1) a regression window and 2) a minimal testcase. I seem to see this with one profile but not another with the same exact browser build (a Jan 25 nightly)...
I'll try to figure out a minimal testcase.
For me it looks as if only the text in the google ad is zoomed, not caring any font size or scroll position.
Created attachment 174210 [details] Testcase It seems that Mozilla doesn't like the src attribute on the script tag. But when I refreshed the page, it worked. Also, when I linked the iframe-attachment, there was no problem; that's why I had to provide the test case as tgz-archive.
13 years ago
Just untarring that and running from local disk worksforme (all the text zooms) in a 2005-02-09-05 Linux trunk nightly build...
Maybe my Mozilla version (Windows 2000, 2005020409 SVG) has some more bugs according to this? As said, it's also a bit peculiar, as it works when refreshed the page or linking on the net...
I see this bug with Mozilla/linux build 20050526 at http://www.kp.ru/daily/23521.4/40559/ Changing Zoom affects only a small particular frame but not major content. 100% reproduceble.
Interestingly, if I reload the page then the Zoom settings come into effect for the whole page. But I'm unable to enforce Zoom without realoading the page.
Any chance of a minimal testcase?
No error encountered when testing
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:28.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/28.0 WFM with the attachment (the URL at the top of the report is 404 now). Can anyone still reproduce this issue?