Big John wrote:
> Ingo Chao wrote:
>> Looks like as if the bug is triggered by a li with a background-image,
>> "layout", and dotted or dashed border. Depending on the vertical
>> starting point of the ul, different parts of the page content is
>> mirrored into the space between the dots of the border.
> Again and again and again, I am amazed at the depth of
> IE's bug suite. Holly and I have seen image repeats connected
> to border issues before, but not like this. We discovered that
> when such border bugs are occuring, there are sometimes 150px tall
> "zones" that stack down the page, and these zones partially affect
> the border bugs. I would not be suprised to see this 150px height
> show up somewhere in the current bug as well.
> Big John
Thanks John :)
I noticed that 150px value accidentally by searching for a better
vertical offset for the first bordered li and used margin-top: 150px; in
my test case. With this offset, the "mirrored image" between the dots
starts with the first line of the photo. (And a border-bottom-width of
150px for the li would show the entire "zone" and more fun while
scrolling.) This value seems to be resolution-independent.
Maybe that could be a hint why different parts of Kara's images showed
up in the first test case and why removing some li with borders in
Kara's original page did trigger the bug to appear.
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