From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC; en-US; rv:0.9.3) Gecko/20010802 BuildID: 2001080214 Mozilla 0.9.3 for MacOS 9.1 fails a portion of the W3C's CSS1 Test Suite: 4.1.4 Floating Elements. Some of the floated elements on the page are overwritten by some of the DIV text. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Go to the above web page 2.Load the page 3.Scroll down to see the examples of the floated elements being overwritten by portions of the DIV text.
WFM, 2001-08-01-03 on Windows 98 SE.
Are you using a "View - Text Size" other than 100% ? I see text overlapping the floaters if I use 90% or 120% for example.
I don't seem to have this "View - Text Size" option in Mozilla 0.9.3 for Mac. It should be on the "View" menu at the top of the screen, right? I would have to assume that since I don't have it, the text size is hard coded somewhere.
Reassigning to attinasi.
behaviour confirmed on win98. DIV text overlaps floating elements' text. Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:0.9.6+) Gecko/20011118
handing over to Pierre for debug
Back to Layout. Changed the summary line from "Mozilla fails a portion of the W3C's CSS1 Test Suite: 4.1.4 Floating Elements" to "[FLOAT] floats can be overwritten". I understand it is bad to fail even a part of a testcase from the CSS1 test suite but in that case it doesn't seem to be too important. Look at the attached simplified testcase. The DIV text only overwrites the second float when: * the two floats don't fit on the same line * the margin on these floats is very small (either 0 or a few pixels)
I have another example of this bug, although it takes some work to find it. The URL is http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/slantastic/demo.html but the bug only manifests at certain browser window sizes (and thus certain flow arrangements). I'm going to attach a screenshot I took of the problem, so that hopefully others can reproduce the same bug. The screenshot was taken in 2002011803/Mac. (It also shows a different bug that I'm going to be submitting.) As for this being unimportant, I very much disagree. If it's possible for normal-flow text to overwrite floats, then floats become a lot less useful for advanced page layout. It also makes me less sanguine about our flow calculations in general, since it implies that we don't really know where everything is and so can't figure out when a line should be wrapped. That seems, well, bad.
Created attachment 65622 [details] Shows text overlapping a floated text element. You can see the words "is 1em" overlapping the borders of a floated text element. Other words can be coaxed to overlap the float to varying degrees by resizing the browser window.
The erroneous white vertical line has been reported in bug 120783.
I do not see this problem occuring on win2000. But I do see it on RedHat Linux 7.3 Build ID tested on :- win2000: 2002-05-12-20-XX-PR1 linux 7.3: 2002-05-12-23-XX-PR1
also see it on macOS 9.1 buildID: 2002-05-12-17-XXpr1
14 years ago
still fails Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20060306 Firefox/1.6a1