Build ID: 2001080110 (0.9.3 milestone) Reproducible: Always Open a Mozilla window that's not maximized and show the first test case in it. It has a 100% width single cell table with a select control set to style="width: 100%". The second option has the selected attribute. If you make the window larger, the table/select will stretch to fit, as it should. If you make it smaller, they will shrink down until they reach their size when the page was first opened and then cause a scrollbar to appear instead. If you shift-reload, it will reset the minimum size and then behave the same. Now do the same with the second test case. What's interesting is that this doesn't happen if there is no selected attribute, it's given to the first option, or the control isn't put into a table. The third test case just shows some additional weirdness that happens to other cells when this happens. The top right cell is at 100% so the top left shouldn't ever grow, but it does when the scroll bar appears. This will most likely clear up by itself once the bug is fixed, though.
works for me build 2001082909 win32
ok, must have been sleeping or something confirmed on build 2001082909 win32 weird bug
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
WFM 2001111603 Win98
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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