In recent builds (20001214xx or 20001215xx), a part of the URL above does not get rendered. M18, Netscape 6, Netscape 4.7x, MS IE 5.5 and Lynx 2.8.3dev8 have no problem with the URL above. The easiest way to confirm this bug is view the URL above with M18 and a recent build and compare the results side by side. The page at the URL above uses some dubious (possibly standard-violating) HTML elements and URL references, but I guess Mozilla should get around them as do other browsers mentioned.
Looks identical in mozilla linux build 2000-12-19-08 and NS 4.7. Probably a duplicate of bug 62782
Reporter please try with a latest nightly, as there was in the builds you tested a bad html parser bug that has been fixed now. Thanks! Fabian.
I've just tried the newest build (2000122004) for MS-Windows 9x/NT/2000 and found that the problem remains as it was with 2000-12-14(Windows)/2000-12-15(Linux) builds. I'm gonna attach two screen shots of the page, one with NS 6 and the other with 2000-12-20-04 build for MS-Windows.
Created attachment 21104 [details] mozilla 2000-12-20-04 build (MS-Windows) rendering of the page in question
over to Layout
Assignee: asa → clayton
Component: Browser-General → Layout
QA Contact: doronr → petersen
I don't have a korean OS to verify this issue. Reporter, is this still occuring in the latest build ?
Assignee: clayton → karnaze
Erik, can you take a look.
Assignee: karnaze → erik
Jungshik Shin- Is this still a problem. This looks like a dup of 67520 Change the component to International . reassign to yokoyama.
Assignee: erik → yokoyama
Component: Layout → Internationalization
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla0.9
It appears to have been fixed by the patch for bug 67520 (which is likely to be a dup of this bug). I can't be sure without more extensive testing which I can't do at the moment because somehow all of several recent builds (including m0.8.1) I've tried doesn't start at all under Windows ME box of mine saying something about 'xpcom.dll' (it's NOT a JRE problem mentioned in the release note. It doesn't start even with files related with Java plugins removed following the instruction given in the release note. Moreover, I'm not using CJK version of MS-WIndows ME but English version of MS-Windows ME with Korean/Chinese/Japanese fonts). Under Linux, it starts, but it takes very long(~ a few minutes) to load the page of which URL I gave in my original report (and other pages at the site : <http://www.hani.co.kr>. I'll try other Korean pages and see if the problem is still there. BTW, "Korean OS" is NOT a requirement for testing this (Mozilla is much better than requiring Korean OS to view Korean web pages !). It can be tested under any language version of MS-Windows 9x/NT/2000, MacOS, Linux/Unix/X11 provided that Korean fonts are installed. Jungshik Shin
It's fixed as far as I can tell. By removing old profiles, I was able to run Mozilla in Windows ME. I think this could be declared as fixed.
petersen: Can you verify if this is fixed?
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Marking verified in the May 22nd build.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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