[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14790] Bouncy Images and white borders

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Fri Jul 27 16:56:42 PDT 2007


------- Comment #2 from ejgershenzon at gmail.com  2007-07-27 16:56 PDT -------
This was not the problem. 

I have isolated the problem to the height tag in the first table. The bug in
Safari has to do with the code: height=100%;

If you know of another way to extend the height to 100% please explain.

(In reply to comment #1)
> This looks like a relative of bug 12440 and bug 14180, all of which I suspect
> stem from the invalidity of the two-pass algorithm used to decide which
> scrollbars to show. On this site, if your window is big enough, initially it
> won't have scroll bars. But then if you make it small enough to make scrollbars
> appear and then resize it back to its original size, the scrollbars will stay
> there.
> I think the page in the URL is one of those layouts that would require one
> scrollbar if and only if the other is present (will actually fit without
> scrollbars at all). Since the initial state is vertical scrollbar only, the
> horizontal scrollbar is added as well on the first pass. Then on a subsequent
> pass, both are removed.

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