Build ID: just pulled (trunk) Steps to Reproduce: (1) Open Mozilla and maximize it. (2) Open the sidebar (3) Click the sidebar grippy Result: On my 19" monitor at least (and someone else's screen), the edge of the grippy (the bar which contains the grippy to let you uncollapse the sidebar) is way too far to the left. You can't even tell that the sidebar is open anymore. If this is in the branch, I might recommend ++'ing it since it now looks like the sidebar is closed if you just try to collapse it.
yeah , I see it on the branch too. Sidebar border nearly merges with the browser border and the grippy is barely visible. adding keywords.
Joe, did you land something that might have caused this?
This seems to be a problem for the classic skin only.
It seems that when splitters are collapsed, they move very very close to the edge of the window. It seems that part of their left edge is even hidden. The classic splitters happen to be fairly thin, which is why them seem "hardly visible" when collapsed. I don't think this is a bug we can fix, unless we were to widen the splitters. Any opinion on this, Ben?
well, this used to work...
Need to mark rtm-
Does this need an RTM release note? It seems very trivial... The blurb: It seems unclear to me whether this bug requires either of a "developer" or "user" release note for Netscape 6 RTM. If anyone feels it does, can they please draft one and then nominate with the relnote-user or relnote-devel strings in the Status Whiteboard. Thanks :-) Gerv
I guess not; it's looking better in my latest build.
Is this really still a problem? It looks just fine to me.
It has improved and looks much better now. I will mark this one as fixed.
Marking verified on windows (2001-01-12-06-Mtrunk).