Build: 2001072008, Mac OS 9.1 To reproduce: 1. Go to <http://exodus.mit.edu/~jesse/java/percep/>. 2. Scroll down so that the only thing visible in the Navigator window is the Java applet. 3. Drag the scrollbar thumb back up to the top, moderately slowly. (Too slow or too fast, and this bug won't occur.) What should happen: * The top of the page appears as expected, yada yada. What actually happens: * A stripe of the ~60 leftmost pixels does not scroll properly -- it appears that when the currently drawn area is copied from the top of the content area to be pasted further down, it's not quite the correct area which is being copied. * It would be a convenient clue if the right edge of the area which doesn't scroll properly was the same as the left edge of the applet, but this ain't so. I don't think this is the same as bug 86695 (which I've also seen on occasion), because that bug applies to a whole horizontal line along the content area, whereas this bug only applies to a small part of the line.
You are right, it's not a dupe However, i cant reproduce this. When i just scroll down or up, i see a little gray line in the java applet, but it cleans itself after scrolling, it lasts only while you are scrolling, and it does not annoy me enough to call it a "bug" Anyway thanks for pointing bug 86695 , i was looking for that catfood long time ago
Peter I, think this is a dup of one of your bugs.
yes, I think it is a dup of a plugin/scrolling bug.....taking for now
marking as a dup of 90814, even though that points to QT, it is really more generic than that *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 90814 ***