Created attachment 429351 [details]
photo of mangled google page (4th of July animated)
Description of problem:
Firefox failed to render the Google page of the day for July 4th, leaving the image scrambled and sometime locking up X entirely requiring system reboot.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Every time on the July 4th image.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. browse to google and view 4th july image
This failed on my intel desktop (intel inbuilt video) and on my Asus EEE PC.
Also noticed that over time, FF loses favicon images on the bookmark toolbar and overnight even the X window adornments (X, enlarge, minimize, etc), start to disappear. This might be an X11 or Intel video card driver problem.
I'm not sure how we can verify if this issue is resolved with updated Firefox. I cannot find a working example of the July 4th doodle, even on Google's doodle website (the version there is a still pic, not animated gif/flash). Have you seen this issue with any other pages?
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*** Bug 611367 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I have not seen this on any other page. The doodle was fairly complex.
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