User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:6.0.2) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/6.0.2 Build ID: 20110902133214 Steps to reproduce: Opened this URL: http://provoltz.com or any other one containing images with rounded borders Actual results: Images are not displayed. Expected results: Images should be displayed. When I comment this out of my css: -moz-border-radius:9px; -webkit-border-radius:9px; border-radius:9px; Images appear again. There is no problem on Windows XP or Windows 7, haven't tested other OS's yet. I'm running OpenSUSE 11.4 with KDE.
not security sensitive.
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:6.0.2) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/6.0.2 > http://provoltz.com Works on Windows XP. Please attach a simple HTML test file (use the "Add an attachment" link above) Please try in Safe Mode http://support.mozilla.com/kb/Safe%20Mode
Created attachment 559878 [details] Html file with inline css that produces bug. The bug produced by the attached file can be observed at: http://quetzalcoatlweb.com/rounded-border-failure.html
I get the same error in safe mode.
Created attachment 559883 [details] testcase What about this testcase? Please test also with a new profile. See http://support.mozilla.com/kb/Basic%20Troubleshooting http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Basic%20Troubleshooting
I can see the testcase image. I can also see the very bottom ~50px of the case I posted. I have a deadline right now - I will create a new profile later.
Created attachment 559887 [details] A clean test case with full path to the image. I stripped out the header and extraneous css from my earlier test html, and made the image path absolute. The image is a 550x712px jpeg.
Attachment #559887 - Attachment mime type: text/plain → text/html
When my Firefox window is smaller than the image and I scroll the page down, when I scroll back up, the part of the image that had been above the top of the page appears. When I refresh the screen the entire image disappears.
Component: General → Layout: View Rendering
Product: Firefox → Core
QA Contact: general → layout.view-rendering
I wasn't able to reproduce with my GNOME Linux machine. Do you think you could find the regression range using nightly builds?
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:9.0a1) Gecko/20110921 Firefox/9.0a1 WFM too on Ubuntu 11.04.
(In reply to Saill White from comment #6) > I have a deadline right now - I will create a new profile later. Did you do that?
I made a new profile with the same result. However, I now have a fresh OpenSUSE 11.4 install on a different machine, and it works fine for me there. The machine that shows the problem had been upgraded sequentially from an original install of OpenSUSE 11.0, and I just discovered that KDE has not been successfully upgraded. It is using KDE base libraries version 4.1.3-4.12.1, whereas the new one uses version 4.6.0-6.11.1. It is likely that this bug is not on issue on modern systems.
Ok, thanks. We may close this as INCOMPLETE or WORKSFORME then. Removing "regressionwindow-wanted" keyword, it doesn't seem helpful at this point.
That makes sense. I wasn't aware that I was running an antique and possibly broken OS. Happy that it works great with current KDE! Thank you for looking into it!
(In reply to Saill White from comment #12) > The machine that shows the problem had been upgraded sequentially from an > original install of OpenSUSE 11.0, and I just discovered that KDE has not > been successfully upgraded. It is using KDE base libraries version > 4.1.3-4.12.1, whereas the new one uses version 4.6.0-6.11.1. That seems somewhat unlikely to be the problem, since Mozilla doesn't use KDE libraries. It seems more likely to be a function of something like the X server / drivers being used, in which case it might be something that we ought to fix (e.g., in cairo)... although it also could be something like an X driver that's broken in some way and not common enough to be worth working around.
Well since it's working fine on my fresh install, my guess would be that the X server on my older machine somehow got broken in the course of some upgrade. I have verified that the OpenSUSE upgrade system was fragile between 11.0 and 11.1, and I have several packages which stopped being upgraded around that time. Let me know if you are interested in the versions of anything I have running on the broken machine, but honestly I would say my problem is not very common.
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