Particular combinations of browser window size and text content cause some table data (<td>) to overflow its container. See the rendering of page http://hadrian.ods.org/public/ at this location: http://johnandlucy.com/n/a.png (a 56kb file) Note particularly the reference to "Internet Movie Database" in the "SEARCH" box, and the reference to "Association of British Drivers" in the "ODDS" box. This is nightly build 2000101121 on Linux.
Confirming on Linux trunk build 2000103108. By slowly shrinking the width of the browser one can get those text lines to poke out of the container boxes.
-> HTMLTables Btw, that is a heck of a warning at the top of the page in the URL...
Really over to HTMLTables.
I am seeing this on NT as well. OS -> All.
marking INVALID due to the fact the webpage doesnt exist anymore and we have many many overflow bugs already.
Sorry, the DNS dropped me. The page is now: http://hadrian.org/public/ (with no "ods" in the middle). The bug is resolved, by the way. Build 2001012221 doesn't make the text overflow like the November/December nightly builds did.