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This is a 4.xP issue only. Simply: Nav4.x (and IE) treat '<<' as equivalent to '<<'. 5.0 has treats it differently -- see attached short test case. Example line: <<a href="foo.html">some text</a>> (Found while looking into a separate issue on bug #4142. Tested May20 & May23 win95 builds).
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Summary: [4.xP] '<<' != '<<' -- different display in 5.0 → [4.xP] '<<' != '<<' -- different display in 5.0
Reassigning to myself
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Checked in a fix. Gecko will now treat '<<' as '<<' Marking fixed
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