From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows 98) BuildID: 2000101014 This could be an error on their part, but it worksforme with IE 5.01 SP1 on NT4 SP6a, Netscape Communicator 4.72 on NT4 SP6a, Netscape Communicator 4.75 on Red Hat Linux 7, and IE5.01 SP1 on Win98 SP1. This occurs in build 2000101014 on Win98 and in build 2000101015 on Red Hat Linux 7 (fully updated as of Nov 16th). The contest ends on Tuesday Nov 21st, so this is a bit time sensitive. Basically what occurs is you click on the "Enter the Game" button to read the rules and submit your entry. The status bar displays this address: http://188.8.131.52/rules.html Clicking the button removes the button from view (unclickable as well) and results in a "Document Done (0.05 seconds)" and a constantly spinning progress bar. However, if you stop that attempt, and then refresh the page, the proper page comes up. It is loading the page but not displaying it? In addition, when the browser is in the "Document Done" state, the part of the page where the text should appear is not rendering at all -- a window placed over it results in screen corruption (the browser is not redrawing that portion of the page). Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.go to www.upn.com/upn.html 2.click on the "Freedom Contest Click Here" image map 3.on that "Win the Hottest Game" page, click the button that is flashing "Enter the Contest". 4.Mozilla M18 will go into the loop, and the central part of the page will stop being redrawn. 5.Click the "Stop" button to stop the attempt to load the page, then "Refresh". 6.Refreshing the page will bring up the proper page with the Rules and the "Accept"/"Decline" buttons at the bottom, and from there you can proceed normally to sell your soul for a PS2. :) Actual Results: Progress bar in the lower left corner runs right to left for at least five minutes. Central area of the screen does not get redrawn at all. It says "Document Done" in the status bar. Upon Stopping the page load and hitting the Refresh button, the next page loads normally, and one can continue from there. Expected Results: Mozilla should have linked straight through to the next page.
Matt, I just tried it with linux build 2000-11-18-06 and it works perfectly. I don't see the problem you described. I am resolving this worksforme. If you can reproduce this with a recent nightly build (M18 is quite old and out of date at this point), please reopen this bug. Thanks for using Mozilla and reporting bugs!
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Verifying WorksForMe. Using 20001105xx binaries on WinNT, Linux, and Mac. Looks like the problem has been cleared up. Matt, thank you for such a well-written bug report! I wish they were all that good!
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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