first time putting a bug up... so yeah :\ this "bug" is in the m16 milestone and the latest nightly build (2000071810) i am building a webpage using about 9 frames (!!) and was testing it in ns/mozilla/ie5.5. ns was way out (of course)... mozilla looked perfect, ie5 looked perfect also. but when i clicked back to mozilla, one (or more? i cant tell) frames were now a pixel out vertically, and it was minus 1 pixel. ie5 still displays it fine. so on mozilla i hit reload (or shift+reload) and it looks fine again. it seems to be only when mozilla is refreshing the screen when comming back to the task. any ideas ? not that i use ie5, but it still displays it correctly even if ive made some miscalculations with frames. if anyone wants to see pictures of this and/or html source, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and im sure i can get you what youll need. thanks oh yeah, mozilla even at this stage is bloody awesome!
Thanks email@example.com, for the feedback! Yes, could you please attach a test case? That would make this much easier to debug. It sounds like the steps to reproduce the problem are fairly straight forward, but if you could walk through an exact step-by-step on how to see the problem it would help too!
firstname.lastname@example.org - we could do with that test case... ;-) Gerv
This bug is almost a month old with no attached test case to help us from reporter. Marking verified invalid.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Marking verified invalid.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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