User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/419.2.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/419.3 Build Identifier: mac book pro 17", high def screen screen material gets "eaten up" when i move the curser around many web sites. this even happens in your camino home and feedback pages. sometines any part of a page not visible in the sscreen window is also blank, moving down then erases the remaining words and images. Filling in forms is impossible as it erases all screem material as a move around. Not all sites are effected. NO- NY Times, Wash Post. Yes- google news, usa today, and others... Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1.open site 2.move curser 3.or use up/down to navigate Actual Results: sceeen goes white Expected Results: not erase i have to use safari to get stuff done, that can't be good.
Do you have Windows Media content open in any of your tabs? (Hint: Yes.) This is mostly likely a dupe of bug 343499.
Mark, can you please respond to comment 1? It would also be helpful to know which version of Camino this happens with. You filed this bug with Safari and gave us zero information about the Camino version that is affected. cl
(In reply to comment #2) > Mark, can you please respond to comment 1? > > It would also be helpful to know which version of Camino this happens with. You > filed this bug with Safari and gave us zero information about the Camino > version that is affected. > > I am using camino Version 2007050909 (1.5), Windows media content is imbedded in open tabs but not running at the time. Is this what you mean? >
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 12 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 343499
(In reply to comment #3) >I am using camino Version 2007050909 (1.5), Windows media content is imbedded in open tabs but not running at the time. Is this what you mean? Yep, exactly. Thanks :)
I am curious, any progress on fixing this bug. It effects most every site that I open. Am I the only effected computer. Ids it something about this new intel mac?
You'd have to ask the F4M developers; it's a bug in F4M.
Thanks, are they working on it or should i migrate back to firefox and/or safari?
Again, you'd have to ask the F4M developers. Please don't comment in closed bugs.
Wait a second, I go out of my way to report a bug, it is not addressed, and then you tell me not to comment on a closed bug? I will use safari. And I don't even know what a F4M dveloper is. What is with the 'tude?
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