A white border is drawn around the edge of the frame after changing the text size. Example: Browse to a non-white-background page. Select View->Text Size->120% Result: Edge of browser frame turns white.
WORKSFORME with 2001-09-08-21 on Linux. I performed the mentioned steps on http://www.cmcwebsites.com/examples/sample20.htm and I the browser window looked perfectly normal. email@example.com, what build of Mozilla are you using when you see this? Can you give a sample URL on which you see this behaviour? Try to reproduce it with a recent mozilla build, which you can fetch from http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/latest-trunk/.
Maybe related to bug 94051. Layout.
It still does it with the latest build. Here is some html that clearly triggers the result: <body text="#000000" bgcolor="#FF0000" link="#0000EE" vlink="#551A8B" alink="#FF0000"> Hi.<br> </body> Load this, and then View->Text Size->120%
The background is not invalidating the correct area. Cover the window and re-expose it and it paints the background correctly. This works fine on the 0.9.2 branch, but is broken on the trunk and the 0.9.4 branch. CC'ing some people who might know about some possible changes to the frame invalidation or view management... Confirming and accepting as well.
With the testcase I can see the bug with 2001-09-11-21 on Linux. If you change the textsize to 120% then all of the window goes white (from red) apart from the small part that has text in it. If I hit 'reload' it is painted correctly. Notice that going back to 100% does *not* fix it.
*** Bug 94051 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 112855 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Bz, can you please try this testcase with your recent fix applied? Thanks.
I am not seeing the problem anymore in 0.9.9 or 1.0rc1. Greg
This was almost certainly fixed by one of dbaron's changes to background style stuff....