It currently seems that on build 2000032309, (and for the past couple of builds for about three days), the bottom left hand corner is drawn strangely when first starting up Mozilla. It is redrawn correctly after a little Mozilla use... for instance it will immediately correct itself after being minimised and restored. It's possibly it doesn't always happen though... I've found definitive results when performing activities whilst mozilla is loading... I have GNOME running, and I clicked on the start-button equivalent, which drew over this area of Mozilla. It was not always necessary to do this to achieve the described effect, though. Anyway, what happens is, the loader (the stripes that slide ot the right) indicator animates fine, but there is another 'copy' of it offset downwards and to the right. After a little use, this will usually stop after a simple browser redraw (on completion of loading a page or something). But there will be minor artefacts left over just above the options in the blue bar at the bottom. It is these small artefacts that are specifically rectified on minimising and restoring the browser.
Linux specific problem
Waqar can you take a look?
Is there a perticular URL or any url will do? I tried I am not seening this problem. What version or Linux are you using. I using RH6.1 with GTK/Glib 1.2.6 and GNOME as the desktop.
This bug has been marked "future" because the original netscape engineer working on this is over-burdened. If you feel this is an error, that you or another known resource will be working on this bug,or if it blocks your work in some way -- please attach your concern to the bug for reconsideration.
FOrgot to set the milestone.
This works with 6/28/2000 build.