Created attachment 598532 [details] Differences-In-Rendering.png User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_7_2) AppleWebKit/534.52.7 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1.2 Safari/534.52.7 Steps to reproduce: Kindly check this https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=728557. Creating a separate bug for Camino. On Camino, the behavior is slightly different. 1. Launch camino. 2. Type "ಕೋ" in URLBar, SearchBar and text box. Actual results: The rendering in URLBar and SearchBar are correct. Expected results: Rendering should be consistent.
From the other bug, it sounds like this might be a font issue. Are Safari and Chrome using the exact same font in all three places?
Yes, Safari and Chrome are using the same font (Apple's Kannada Sangam MN.ttf). Its the default font that comes with Mac OS X Lion. As I said earlier, rendering on URLBar and SearchBar are correct, however rendering in webpage is incorrect.
Let me ask it again: Are Safari and Chrome using the exact same font *in all three places*? In other words, is the font in the Google search field the exact same font that's used in both the location and search bars?
>> Are Safari and Chrome using the exact same font *in all three places*? Yes. Additional Info In Firefox, rendering issue could be noticed in all three places. In Camino, rendering issue is present only in webpage. The font used by Firefox/Camino/Safari/Chrome in all three places were same.
Camino, like Firefox. uses the Gecko rendering engine. The reason the behavior is the same is because it's the same engine, so there's no need for two bugs. (Camino has native chrome, Firefox uses Gecko to render its chrome, thus the difference there.)
>> (Camino has native chrome, Firefox uses Gecko to render its chrome, thus the difference there.) Thanks for the explanation.