[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 10578] Framesets keeps loading recursively, resulting in massively nested frames

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Sun Sep 23 14:15:34 PDT 2007


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------- Comment #3 from brkemper at comcast.net  2007-09-23 14:15 PDT -------
I have an additional test case for this bug (I believe it is the same bug) for
a project I was working on to convert a frameset with nested framesets into a
page with a iframedframeset. One of the reasons I wanted to do this was to have
positioned elements that overlap the content frame (now the IFRAME). I works in
other browsers, and it works in Webkit when single pages are in the IFRAME, but
it does not work correctly when a frameset is in the IFRAME in Safari/Webkit.
Scolling the embedded frame also scrolls the positioned element, except where
it overlaps the scrollbar. It's as though the positioned element was inside the
embedded frame, instead of in front of all of it, except that scrolling back
does not reveal it again.

Can I get rid of this by changing the background color of the iframe itself?

here is where you can see it yourself:


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