On 9/26/2009 11:27 AM, David E. Ross wrote:
> On 9/25/2009 8:28 AM, David E. Ross wrote:
>> On 9/25/2009 6:36 AM, Benoit Renard wrote:
>>> The front page redesign is bad.
>>> -It disabled my horizontal scroll bar even though there is some content 
>>> that overflows my viewport.
>>> -Users with JavaScript disabled should see the entire in-page list as 
>>> they can't scroll through it.
>>> -Why limit the list based on resolution in the first place? Text is 
>>> supposed to resize along with the resolution after all. Just show the 
>>> whole list, or decide on a number of items to show by default instead of 
>>> some silly dynamic method that depends on resolution.
>>> Funnily enough, at 640x480 it shows the entire list. :)
>> At 800x600, I see only Firefox as 1 of 6.  And yes, the page is wider
>> than my window and has no horizontal scroll bar.  Also, the page
>> continues downloading and rendering well after the status bar says "Done".
>> I think I might submit another Bugzilla report.  I already reported a
>> different error:  Section numbers for the policy on adding certificates
>> to the NSS store were changed to bullets.  This was a very serious error
>> since discussions about individual requests to add certificates very
>> often cited specific sections in the policy by number.  This problem was
>> fixed, but the fix apparently created even another problem.
> This new bug is #519052 at
> <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=519052>.  While it
> primarily addressing the missing horizontal scroll bar, it also
> indicates a more general problem of the page not being adaptable to
> various screen sizes and resolutions.

My bug was closed as a duplicate of bug #513272 at

David E. Ross

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