Using Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; WinNT4.0; en-US; m18) Gecko/20010105. I haven't found this logged as a bug anywhere and it looks bad, so I'm adding it... For whatever reason, the contents of the Back button in the classic theme seem to jump back and forth a pixel or so when mousing over it. It's fairly reproducable by moving the mouse back and forth between the Back button and the File menu item. Sometimes it jumps when moving to the right over the nubs/toolbar collapse control to the left of the Back button. The text and the image move. I'm assuming that this is not done intentionally since the other buttons remain fixed in place but highlight when you hover over them.
Hmm... I can't seem to duplicate this behavior. Do you see this all the time, or only on occasion?
I see it very frequently--almost every time when I move the mouse from the back button to the file menu to the back button to the toolbar collapse control to the left of the back button (no clicking). I also see it often when moving from the HTML page up through the bookmarks personal toolbar to the back button (I'm sure I sometimes overshoot toward the file menu, though so this may be the same cause).
I still can't make this happen. I'll leave the bug open for a while and hope that I, or someone else, can reliably duplicate this behavior. If not I'll eventually have to close it as WORKSFORME.
Since this is still so easily duplicated on my machine, I'm wondering whether there's something else messed up. I have several versions of Mozilla installed (in different directories) as well as Netscape 6. How does mozilla find the themes based on a user profile? Is there somewhere that sets the path to the themes? I'm also using different user profiles for mozilla and netscape 6.
I hate to do this, but I can't see this bug at all, so I have to assume it is something specific to your machine... WORKSFORME
Workforme. Marking verified on windows (2001-01-30-11-Mtrunk).