User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8b) Gecko/20050128 Mnenhy/0.7 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8b) Gecko/20050128 Mnenhy/0.7 In addition to the problem described in bug 135394, sometimes the border drawing is dependent on the window size (and/or rest-of-the-page content, it seems). Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Load the testcase 2. Play around with the window size 3. Borders disappear and reappear, even seemingly independently of each other
Actually, it may be the case that the two bugs are not that related, since trying to change the border color, even to, say, red or green, doesn't make the bug go away.
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.8) Gecko/20050419 Firefox/1.0.4 I'm not seeing the borders disappear and reappear.
I am seeing this, with Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.8b2) Gecko/20050502 Firefox/1.0+
Iirc, we need at least 3px border width to paint a ridged border, and "thin" is thinner than that. We should probably be falling back on "solid" instead.
I'm going to hoy in a reference to bug 134942 here.
I'm going to solve this with a method described in Comment 5.
No, I think it's more important that the ridge remains rather than the thinness remains. When an author specifies a thin ridge she would expect a ridge, and as thin as is reasonable for a ridge to be. So I submit that interpreting the 'thin' as '3px' in such cases is the right way to go.
'thin' must (per spec) mean the same for all styles. For compatibility with the Web, 'solid thin' must be 1px. When we have high-resolution monitors, 'ridge thin' will be visible.
Ian: so what we should do about this? Can we switch to solid if thin < 3px?
You can render a ridge all the way down to two device pixels (which might be a very small distance, such as 0.01px, if you are on a high resolution device such as a printer or a high res screen). However, if there are not physically enough device pixels to render the ridge, then yeah, I guess we should fall back to solid.
First, I think that such patch should be for groove, ridge, outset and inset as they all seems to work in similar way. Second, the problem is that simplest possible patch does not solve the real problem because switching to solid if border-color is white makes the whole border invisible. If this is proper behaviour, patch is ready
(In reply to comment #12) > Second, the problem is that simplest possible patch does not solve the real > problem because switching to solid if border-color is white makes the whole > border invisible. If this is proper behaviour, patch is ready Of course this isn't proper behavior... _something_ must be drawn which could be claimed to resemble a very thin ridge. I suppose a gray solid border would work, but drawing nothing is exactly why this bug was opened.
> but drawing nothing is exactly why this bug was opened. No. The bug is about disappearing border while resizing window. My patch fixes this issue. The only issue left here is that if user sets color of border to white, it is white for border-width<3px;. Imho it's not a bad solution, but Ian is the guru here :)
(In reply to comment #15) > No. The bug is about disappearing border while resizing window. You're splitting hairs... :-( There is no way drawing a solid white border is acceptable behavior when a user asks for a thin ridged border which is supposed to be mostly gray.
WFM in Firefox 24