[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 15164] FOUC at orange.co.il

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Sat Sep 8 23:53:43 PDT 2007


mitz at webkit.org changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
                 CC|                            |sullivan at apple.com
           Keywords|Regression                  |
           Priority|P1                          |P2
            Summary|REGRESSION (r25307-r25328): |FOUC at orange.co.il
                   |FOUC at orange.co.il        |

------- Comment #6 from mitz at webkit.org  2007-09-08 23:53 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #4)
> However, I cannot reproduce the FOUC at
> <https://direct.orange.co.il/selfservice/antiRobot.jsp> with that version (so
> the reduction may be wrong).

I was able to reproduce the FOUC with the 3.0.3 beta once I enabled autofill
for user names and passwords. I then tried the Safari 2 application with the
3.0.3 beta version of the frameworks. The FOUC didn't happen with that

(In reply to comment #5)
> I don't see FOUC with Safari 2.04 at the bug URL, so it is a regression, so the
> test case must obviously be triggering different behavior than the bug URL for
> some reason (timing related?).

My conclusion is that the underlying WebKit bug is not a regression (and
arguably not a bug): there is no FOUC suppression once you have <body> and
calculate style in the "no pending stylesheets" state. The reduction
demonstrates that. However, as mentioned in the reduction,
        // Note that on the original orange.co.il page, the layout question
        // from the browser (apparently for autofill).
so the reason for the different observed behavior on the URL is a change in the
Safari application between 2.0.4 and the 3.0.3 beta. That is something for
Apple to investigate, of course.

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