[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 9582] img.onload event ONLY fires when .src changes

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Sun Oct 14 06:37:42 PDT 2007


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------- Comment #7 from crschmidt at crschmidt.net  2007-10-14 06:37 PDT -------
My experience with FF + IE has always been 'at the time onload is called,
swapping the image from display:none to display:block results in a fully
rendered image being displayed.

That probably only makes it clear that it's not 'a', described below, since
anything else could happen within a repaint, and there's no way to tell the
difference visually.

The current behavior in Safari seems to be matched by Opera. This was reported
as part of the OpenLayers project:


(I would love to see this fixed, as, at the moment, OpenLayers is relatively
unusable under Safari for many users.)

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