To reproduce: * Go to a site with frames (if you need one: http://vitelus.com/homework.html) * Grab the border between the frames and move your mouse madly (don't let the frame stay the same size for any apreciable amount of time) * Observe the growing frame. For me, the newly-visible portion of the frame contains distorted versions of the part of the frame that used to be there. Once the frame has stopped being resized for about a third of a second (i.e. you hold your mouse stationary for a third of a second), the frame repaints correctly.
I don't see this with redhat6.2 and today's linux build 011008.
I see what the reporters talking about but its a problem with the Hardware/Software not being able to keep up with the redraw requests from the user and it occurs on any computer with slow hardware/software. Marking INVALID.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
> it occurs on any computer with slow hardware/software. Marking INVALID. ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ This part you can do something about.
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