[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 28607] Body background color isn't drawn at bottom of page

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Sun Apr 25 08:44:33 PDT 2010


--- Comment #7 from Scott Zetlan <sz at nimblecommunications.com>  2010-04-25 08:44:32 PST ---
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Screen shot showing problem on an internal system - had to hide some data. 
note the white patch at the bottom (background should be solid gray).  Safari
4.0.4 (6531.21.10), Mac OS X  10.6.3.

I can reproduce this problem in Safari (4.0.4) and Chrome (5.0.342.9) on Mac OS
X (10.6.3).  It's intermittent, so very difficult to capture, and any action
that causes the browser to redraw the window (for example, resizing the screen
or obscuring and then revealing the window) makes the screen draw correctly. 
The background should be a solid color extending all the way to the bottom of
the window, but instead I get a white patch below the table.  I can't reproduce
this problem in Firefox or IE (haven't tried Opera), so that suggests a webkit
engine issue rather than Safari- or Chrome-specific.

Happy to provide the code behind the screen, if someone wants to see it,
although there's some data in the app I can't share.  As a result, I've hidden
the data in the screenshot via Photoshop.  I can tell you I'm using divs to
position tables inside the body element.

HTML (XHTML 1.0 Transitional) and CSS (3.0) validated cleanly via

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