Build ID: 2005-07-02-05, Windows XP Seamonkey trunk. Summary: Horizontal scrollbar *areas* are now black and missing scroll arrows. I think (but I'm not sure) that this might be a regression of bug 293504. Steps to Reproduce: 1. Load anything which causes horizontal scrollbars. Actual Results: The horizontal scrollbar *areas* are black until you scroll, after which point they go back to their gray color.
WFM and looks okay on Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.8b2) Gecko/20050702 Build :2005070208
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 295158 ***
reopening since I went back to 2005-05-22-06 on Windows XP and didn't see this bug, so it's not a DUP of bug 295158 as I had originally thought. sorry for the spam, all.
What's the regression range here? Martijn, if you can reproduce, could you possibly test a backout of bug 293504 to see whether that fixes this bug?
I'm not seeing the bug. I've tested with a 2005-07-07 trunk Seamonkey build.
I've just tried it on a different computer (win2000) and a new profile, and I still can't reproduce. Stephen, can you narrow down the regression range, perhaps?
For me, this is now FIXED with build 2005-07-08-05 (it was broken up to and including build 2005-07-07-06). Not sure what could've fixed it (bug 299748, coincidentally?)
I still see this, unfortunately. Not sure why I had such a short reprieve.
I still see this, unfortunately. Not sure why I had such a short reprieve. reopening
I've been running with build 2005-06-28-06 for almost the full day now as a trial experiment, and then I downloaded 2005-06-29-05 for Windows XP and immediately saw the bug. So, I'd say the regression is between 2005-06-28-06 and 2005-06-29-05.
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.11) Gecko/20050728 This is present for me in Mozilla 1.7.11, but I don't recall ever seeing it before (in another version).
What's going on here? most people don't see this, so is it Seamonkey only or what?
(In reply to comment #13) > What's going on here? most people don't see this, so is it Seamonkey only or what? It might have something to do with Seamonkey and Mozilla being installed at the same time. I'm not exactly sure, but it has since gone away in the same Mozilla build I had after only a restart of the program (i.e. I didn't change anything specifically).
I haven't seen this problem in a long time. If noone else is seeing it, can this be closed?
Yeah, I haven't seen it either, at least for many months. Sorry for not marking it WFM sooner...