Build ID: 2000090508 / RH 6.2 RECIPE: 1. Visit "http://www.microwarehouse.se/" 2. In the field labelled "Sök produkt:", enter "cinema" 3. Be amazed by the amount of junk, like " 144 26f 34 21b", or "12 0", that is rendered all over the page. The page is rendered fine by NS 4.72, IE5 (win) and Opera 4.02 (win). (The HTTP header at the top is bug 43729, I assume. )
Reporter agin. Sorry, no CSS here I think. The content of <style type="text/css"> was commented away.
Confirmed on the Mac. I'm going to attach a log of the dialog with the server. Note that the hex characters *are* in the stream. For instance, look at lines 243/245: they contain the strings "2e" and "d3". Same thing in lines 310 and 331 with the strings "144" and "26f". Someone told me that this is normal with what is called HTTP chunks. I don't know anything about that. Reassigned to Networking like bug 43729.
Assignee: pierre → gagan
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: Style System → Networking
Ever confirmed: true
OS: Linux → All
QA Contact: chrisd → tever
Hardware: PC → All
Summary: Random characters (hex codes?) rendered in page using CSS → Random characters (hex codes?) rendered in page
Seems to be fixed in Linux Build 2000092909 and CVS branch pulled 10/5/00. Reporter, please re-verify bug.
Reporter here: Yeah: looks fine in build 2000100321 / Linux
wont be surprised if somehow this was related to the events problem we had. Either way alls well that ends well.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
verified rh6 2001010510
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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