Subject: Re: Mozilla on NetBSD-1.3/i386
To: Rick Scott <email@example.com>
From: Simon J. Gerraty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/05/1998 12:18:41
> > For the most part it works. The most notible problem is that on the
> > main browser window there is about 30% of the window unused. Ie. the
> > scrollbar starts 1/3 of the way down the window compared to where it
> > should, and the space bewteen the location bar and top of the
> > scrollbar is totally unused. Resizing makes no difference.
> This is a known Mozilla problem, I love to say that. The height resource
> for the tool box is being specified as 200 when it is in reality only
> around 100. You can get it to size correctly if you pick View->Hide ...
> from the menubar and then View->Show. The void will then be gone.
Excellent! Thanks Rick.
> > That and clicking the Bookmarks button does nothing. All other
> > controls appear to work and Alt-B does throw up the bookmarks
> > "editor"? and all appears (and appears to funcion) correctly.
> Then you have not got to anything that uses a FileSelectionDialog!!
No, though I've seen the problem mentioned on the lesstif list.
> Yea, I did that to get it to run and not be able to forget about it. I do
> not think that SW should be requesting a 0x0 size from its parent. 0x0
> should make it calculate a default value for its size and request that.
FWIW I seem to recall that AWT does the same thing - at least when
initially creating widgets.
Thanks again for the clue.