User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:25.0) Gecko/20130728 Firefox/25.0 (Nightly/Aurora) Build ID: 20130728030204 Steps to reproduce: Visited http://twigmo.com/demo/cs-cart/index.php?mobile#homepage Actual results: All images are shown at the same time Expected results: Only one image should be shown with the ability to scroll through them. Works on stock and desktop.
I can't reproduce this using a Nexus 4 and Firefox for Android 26 nightly.
I cannot reproduce this on Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Android 4.1.1) and HTC Desire HD (Android 2.3.5) on latest Nightly 08/13
Still fails on a Galaxy Note. Can anyone reproduce on this particular device?
Can you still reproduce this issue on your device using latest Nightly?
Yes, still there. The correct url is now at http://cscart.twigmo.com
I do not see the issue you are telling, but when scrolling through the images, some flashing appears. Tested with: Build: 31.0a1 Nighly (2014-04-23) Device: LG Nexus 4 (Android 4.4.2) Kevin, is there a bug logged for this issue?
Please provide a screenshot or a video to understand better the issue.
Hopefully the attached explain the issue. In the stock browser the image carousel displays as intended (single image at a time appears as part of the image loop). In Firefox all four images appear at the same time, "stacked" on top of each other.
On latest Nightly using Galaxy Note GT-N7000 (Android 4.1.2) the images are displayed correctly, as in your attachment 8417077 [details]. Can you tell me your device model? Did you try on latest Nightly?
Now on a Galaxy S4 (4.4.4) and latest Nightly. Same problem. Thanks.
Hi, has there been any update to this? Thanks
We are unable to reproduce this behavior on multiple phones. I just retested with Firefox 31 on a Nexus 5 and cannot reproduce.
Created attachment 8463403 [details] 2014-07-28 15.00.37.png Welp, I can reproduce on my HTC One. All carousel images stacked up as one and then just blank space when it rotates to the next carousel slot. Assigning to myself to figure out why.
3 years ago
Not seeing anything super suspicious in the source. Here's a video of a friend's OnePlus One, https://www.dropbox.com/s/bm3r149e3eccdwp/Screencast_2014-07-28-09-14-00.mp4 (which doesn't reproduce). @email@example.com, can you report back the values at http://www.quirksmode.org/m/tests/dpr.html and are you testing over wifi or data?
Hi, same problem over both wifi and data. Is this what you're after? device-pixel-ratio tests This page has a <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width">. Media queries for device-pixel-ratio not supported. Checks screen.width equals 360. Layout viewport width is 980. Expected DPR is 0.3673469387755102. Reported DPR is 3. Expected DPI is incorrect on Apple Retina devices, and on desktop browsers where the window is not completely maximised.
Works on latest Nightly. Closing, thanks.
I'm re-opening this as there seems to be a regression for the last few weeks. Opera works fine. Thanks.
Hi, would you mind testing again? It's working for me here.
Hi, I'm on a Galaxy S4 (4.4.4) and 39.0a1. Unfortunately I still see the stacked images.
Works on tonight's Nightly (43.0a1 2015-09-16)