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Using: Mozilla binary and commercial builds 2000090110 on WinNT Mozilla binary and commercial builds 2000090111 on Linux Mozilla does not completely render the given web page. At the given URL, http://www.emericaskate.com/, there are many small images to the right which load fine. However, there is also supposed to be a large image in the center of the page. You can see this if you load the page in NN4.x or in IE4.x. None of the four Mozilla builds above load this image when you first log on to the site. In addition, Neil Fraser's test case (see bug 49927) loads incompletely: http://mozilla.digitalroutes.co.uk/frame.html If you load this in NN4.x or IE4.x, you see text to the left of the divider. (a 404 message). In Mozilla, everything to the left of the divider is blank.
cc'ing Neil Fraser, since this bug evolved out of bug 49927
Re-assigning 5 bugs to Harish from Clayton's bug list. Please triage. Thanks!
Assignee: clayton → harishd
Triaging Clayton's bug list: Johnny, could you please take a look at this? I think this is a JS engine problem. But I might be wrong. Thanx. Note: Test case attached.
Assignee: harishd → jst
The fact that setting window.location in the attached testcase wasn't working was due to a regression in the DOM code that I just checked in a fix for. Even with that regression fixed the given URL doesn't work correctly, in fact loading it hangs mozilla due to the problem described in bug 48382, and this is now really a dupe of that bug, marking so. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 48382 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Marking verified -
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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