From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; N; Linux 2.2.13 i686; en-US; m14) BuildID: 2000030709 If you create a table with two columns, the left one containing empty script and style tag pairs and the right containing text, you won't actually see anything. I've broken the bug down under Mozilla to a base case that can't be broken down any further. Since this happens if you've got any table cell containing both script and style, I'd say this bug could occur frequently. It also prevents Mozilla users from browsing MSNBC properly. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Load the test attachment Actual Results: The page is empty Expected Results: The page should contain the word "blah" <!-- test HTML: see attachment as well --> <html><body> <TABLE><TR> <TD><script></script><style></style></TD> <TD>blah</TD> </TR> </table> </body></html>
Okay... some more bug data: 1. It *only* happens when <script></script> comes before <style></style> and only when they are both in there. 2. Adding text in the script/style TD cell doesn't change anything 3. Adding another pair of <script></script> doesn't seem to change anything either
Since script seems to be the main contributor reassigning to Vidur rather than Chris
This might have been fixed. I see the text in the testcase, and MSNBC looks just like NS 4.7 on my Linux build 2000.03.10.13. Can you check with a new build?
This bug appears to be fixed, but it's definately a dup of bug 28918 *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 28918 ***
Marking verified dup of 28918.