>> b) this bug was fixed back in October. Or at least bugzilla claimed it
>> and the nightly build I tried certainly seemed to work properly
>the Dec-20 build I'm running; it's not fixed. download the page HTML
>complete, remove the div hackbox, and it starts to leave trails like
They must have reintroduced the bug. My copy of 0.5 showed your site with
>> Personally I'd live without the hack. It's nothing compared to the
>> artifacts that a tired and emotional Mac IE5 can produce when scrolling
>> perfectly ordinary pages.
>...? it looks OK for me on IE5 even with the fixed/chimera hack
Well, maybe it's just me and we are like ships that pass in the night, but
all versions of IE under OSX have exhibited this kind of behaviour
where the actual scrollbars get spalltered across the page. The screenshot
is far from the worst I've seen it.
It's not the pages in question (although it's particularly prevalent with
pages in framesets), it simply seems to be relative to how much memory
you're using / how much hammering you've been giving IE.
Not a css issue though.