User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.17; Mac_PowerPC) Build Identifier: I am writing a web page where I am using absolute positioning to place a small GIF on the (invisible) border of a DIV. I ahve given the GIF a negative z-index. This displays porperly in every browser I've tried so far (including Firefox for XP), but NOT in Firefox for OS X! The GIF is invisible, unless I give it a positive z-index, in which case it obscures the text. I want the text to sit over the GIF, which it indeed renders correctly in Safari, Explorer (Windows & Mac), Firefox Windows, and a recent version of Mozilla. I can make the GIF a background image, but then it will not show past the border of the DIV in any browser, so I need to use z-index. I have assigned backgroun: transparent or background-color: transparent various times (grasping at straws), but to no avail. Because most of my clients are photographers, they tend to use Macs, so this is a problem. If it didn't work in every other browser, I'd think it was me, but maybe it's not. I ahve not uploaded the web page yet, so no URL, but it's a farily simple problem; I hope the description I gave will suffice. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. See details 2. 3. Actual Results: See details Expected Results: Displayed the GIF partly under a block of text
Please provide an example that shows the bug. Also try to test with the latest nightly trunk (1.8a) build.
No reply from reporter, no build id given --> invalid Please reopen if you can reproduce with a nightly trunk build and anwer the question in comment 1
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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