If you go to the nVidia home page and move the mouse over the "Support Center" image, it is supposed to change colours. Instead, for me, it is replaced by garbage. Strangely, all other images on the page work fine on mouse-over.
This works fine for me on Linux build 2000.02.19.09. What build are you using? If it's M13, can you reproduce the problem with a more recent build? Does the image http://www.nvidia.com/Images.nsf/Lookup/resource_lit/$file/resource_lit.gif display corretly when viewed by itself?
I'm using M13. I tried to download a newer build, but I wasn't allowed access. I restarted Mozilla and went back to the site. This time I could see that image correctly, but a different image on the same page was giving me garbage on mouse over. I am running a beta nVidia driver on my TNT2, so it's possible that this could be a driver related problem.
Does this problem happen after the page is *completely* loaded, or only if you mouseover the image(s) that have a second version while the page is still loading? Testing with 2000-02-23-08-M14 on WinNT, I saw white rectangles for the images arrayed along the bottom and right of the swoop graphic in the center of the page when moused-over before all of the images were loaded, which were replaced by the proper images as the page load finished. Similar problems have been noted in the past for incompletely loaded images in bug 1248.
marking dupe of 1248 - exact same behaviour. anyways, this should have been in imagelib. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 1248 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Marking verified dup of 1248.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
SPAM. HTML Element component deprecated, changing component to Layout. See bug 88132 for details.
Component: HTML Element → Layout
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