Some random errors happen always, when you first set the Text Size of a page to say 150%, and then start browsing, navigating back and forth and so on. In these situations, the current page-image gets set on some background buffer so that before displaying the correct new page, it always shows the first page. Another related problem I had is that the first page doesn't disappear at all, bug you can repaint the page when scrolling.
Seen in Windows 2000. Another way to reproduce: - Open a page (page) - Set text size to 150% (or any other size) - Open a second page - Minimize the browser. Maximize the browser. - The first page is shown. But when second page is loaded. Scrolling paints the second page, and the links from the second page are active.
Sounds like a drawing problem. -> compositor
Assignee: asa → kmcclusk
Component: Browser-General → Compositor
QA Contact: doronr → petersen
Confirmed with 12/13/2000 build on WINNT, it draws the bits from the first page.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
I haven't noticed this problem before, but now it seems to be happen a lot in Mozilla 0.8 (Windows 98). This makes dogmeat out of the "Text Size" function. If necessary this page explains, and hopefully demonstrates, the problem: <http://www.concinnity.se/bertilow/div/textsize/test.html> Another problem with "Text Size" is that it does not resize margins, widths and other things that are sized in "em"s, and that should depend on the current text size, but that's another story...
I'm not seeing any problems with current build, WINNT 2001030904. Marking WORKSFORME.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Target Milestone: --- → Future
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