Click on the upper-left thumbnail and a new window will open, but it will be very small. With Netscape4.7, it opens a reasonable size. The page is CSS content; appears automatically generated. Snippet from the page: ... <csaction name="B4CC73690" class="Open Window" type="ONEVENT" val0="../images/pics/snakes/s3.jpg" val1 val2="0" val3="0" val4="true" val5="true" val6="true" val7="true" val8="true" val9="true" val10="true"> ... CSOpenWindow,/*URL*/ '../images/pics/snakes/s3.jpg','',0,0,true,true,true,true,true,true,true
The window opens large and then resizes immediately small. The content of the new window is a simple jpeg.
The site basically does window.open(..., 'width=0,height=0,...') and it looks like 4.x ignores the width and height of they're 0 but mozilla tries to open a really small window, the window is not 0x0px, more like 50x100p (some minimum size?), over to danm...
setting bug status to New
Don't see why we'd hold NS6 for this, -> Future
Removing keyword correctness
This one was fixed in 2001. Marking as dup. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 67947 ***