many problems in viewing site with latest WebKit as of 21/02/2007. Text is going all over another text and so on...
Hope this helps,
Could you post a screen shot of what the page looks like? It doesn't look very bad to me, but I'm using a local debug build of WebKit r19729 with Safari 2.0.4 (419.3) on Mac OS X 10.4.8 (8L127).
I am sorry I was not specific enough. It looks OK at first site, but once you try to navigate through videos or comments or other it just overlaps text etc. I will try to upload screenshot. Thanks!
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A screenshot of mess
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Another screenshot of mess
Confirmed with r19579, this is also a regression from Safari 2.0.4
The easiest way to see the bug is to view a video then click around the tabs below the video.
I'm sure there's a better way to describe this than "erased" but I'm not sure exactly what that is right now...
CC:ing Antti since things that don't go away might be visible objects with invisible parents :-)
Would be nice to know when the regression happened.
Regressed between r16987 and r16994 with http://trac.webkit.org/projects/webkit/changeset/16988 looking like the culprit.
Yeah, almost certainly another bug 12368. The site is very ajaxy and bit hard to turn into a local test case but a quick look reveals a Safari test and Safari specific stylesheets setting visibility:visible on some elements, a usual sign of site relying on old buggy Webkit behavior.
Per Comment #8, this will most likely be an evangelism issue for soapbox.msn.com.
Yes, looks like evangelism issue. The script has code like this for hiding the elements on the right:
b[c].divElt.style.visibility = "hidden";
b[c].divElt.style.display = "none";
window.console is a Safari test so e.style.display = "none" gets applied on all non-Safari browsers. Before fix of bug 4377 visibility = "hidden" was enough to hide even visible children, now it is not.
The problem in the second screenshot is not a regression, it also happens with shipping Safari. It seems also be related to buggy Safari specific codepaths that do window.console test.
http://soapbox.msn.com redirects now to http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-us&tab=soapbox
On this page the is no described issue. Entire page works correctly now. So the bug is fixed.