When this (or almost any other page) is opened, the hirizontal scroll bar shows that the page doesn't fit in the current window. However, after resizing forward and back the scroll bar disappears. BTW, this behaviour was not present in older builds - eg 2000022008 was fine.
I can confirm this on Windows 95, build 20000022908 at the those pages. In fact most any page that includes a vertical scroll bar. Re-sizing to the same size makes the horizontal scroll bar go away. Re-load and it comes back. The attached test case is just a basic HTML file with a bunch of <br>'s for content. Loading this in a 800x600 browser gives vertical and horizontal scroll bars. I think what is happening is that when the vertical scroll bar is created, the horizontal scroll bar is created to show the 1/4 inch of page that the vertical scroll bar is now covering. I guess it should probably do a re-flow or something instead.
This is the bug about drawing tables with width=100% wider than the window in the beginning. Resizing height of window lead to a really 100% table, which moves things around a lot. There are so many dupes of this around, that I'll just start cleaning up somewhere. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 29739 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
verified duplicate of 29739
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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