[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14855] Form rendering is inconsistant with other browsers, and form submit fails

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Thu Aug 2 13:04:22 PDT 2007


------- Comment #2 from aroben at apple.com  2007-08-02 13:04 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #0)
> The state.gov online form for passport renewal renders strangely- making light
> grey boxes around some parts of the form, and making the form fields uniformly
> white.  In both IE and Firefox, the entire form is white with only certain
> required form fields white, and others yellow.

The form looks the same to me in Safari 3 Public Beta v. 3.0.3 on Windows as it
does in Firefox on Windows and IE 7 (other than our Aqua form
controls). I don't see any yellow parts of the form in any of these browsers. I
tried submitting an incomplete form in all the browsers and got the same result
in each -- error messages explaining what I needed to fill out, the incomplete
information still in the form, and all the form elements looking identical to
before form submission. Perhaps there is some other step required to reproduce
this bug that I'm missing?

> Worse, however, is a completed form fails to submit.  When one hits the 'create
> form" button, one gets the error of "File does not begin with '%PDF-'." 

This PDF issue is known and recorded in <rdar://problem/5268454>

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