Created attachment 672452 [details] ff_whiteline_bot.jpg User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:15.0) Gecko/20120830 Firefox/15.0 Build ID: 20120830123745 Steps to reproduce: Put firefox on full screen mode in a non-primary Windows Monitor Actual results: I turned the browser into full screen mode in a monitor that didn't have a windows task bar (i.e. it wasn't my main screen) and a white, very annoying (especially on dark themed websites) white line is always present at the bottom, this is present and EXTREMELY visible in the provided screenshot. PS. I've put as a valid version the 15 branch, but this is present since forever (for past releases)...as well as and in the nightly releases of Firefox (that as of late are really, really buggy!) Please, pretty please fix this... or point me to the code that fixes it so I can fiddle with it. Tx. Expected results: Proper rendering of the bottom
Andreas, could you try with hardware acceleration disabled in Firefox (Options > Advanced > General, then restart FF to apply). Does it fix the rendering issue? NB: update to FF16 before, because FF15 is EOL, please.
Hi, I've tried all versions of Firefox... the issue is present in all of the releases as well as nightly builds (I think I said that already). The issue is not resolved by disabling hardware acceleration, any more ideas?
Do you remember an old version where the issue wasn't present? (whatever if it's an old version like FF4 or FF10)
No, But I can remember that all versions of Firefox that I've used had this problem, if that helps.
Any news on the issue? Tx!
Could you paste the section about:support > graphics here.
Created attachment 674440 [details] This is about:support all information This is about:support all. Hope this helps.
I want also to add that this happens both on Nvidia cards as well as AMD ones...
Hi, Any news on this insanely annoying bug? Tx in advance.
What's the resolution on your secondary monitor? 100%? Is it possible for you to test with a new Windows 7 session with default prefs (for monitors)?
Hi, Thanks for the swift reply. This happens with with varying resolutions, the secondaries monitors that I've tried it are the following: 1680x1050 1920x1080 1920x1200 2560x1440 2560x1600 Weird thing is that in one of my computers the issue is not present.
Hello Andreas, I just found your bug-report again and want to ask you if this was ever solved? I use this config every day and never saw this on actual firefox versions. thank you for a short feedback
no answer from reporter. please reopen this bug-report if you think it was closed wrong or you have new information to reproduce.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.