When I set the bit-depth to thousands of colors, the background is rendered as black and of course I can't read anything. I'm using Gecko/20000603, but this happened with m15 too.
Does this happen with all pages, or just some? Is "thousands of colors" 15-bit or 16-bit? What's the foreground?
All pages without a background gif - those with bg gif seem fine. I'm not sure whether it's 15 or 16 bit color - if you can tell me how to find that out in MacOS I'll let you know. The foreground is fine as far as I can see. I can get this absolutely reproducibly by starting in "millions of colors" mode and switching to "thousands" or by dragging the window from my monitor (set to millions) to my powerbook LCD (set to thousands). I have a Lombard Powerbook which has an ATI Rage LT PRO (8 MB of memory), if that helps.
I'm not able to reproduce this problem with Mozilla Build ID: 2000060208 running on a PowerMac G3 running Mac Os 8.6. AFAIK, Thousand of colors on a Mac is 16 bits (65536 colors). Maibe it's because it's a PowerBook -- (wild guess).
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 6061 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Marking verified dup of 6061.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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