On my machine that only has a monitor capable of 640x480, the front page
for gnome-help-browser doesn't all fit on the screen at once. When you use
the scrollbar to scroll down to see the rest, it isn't drawn. The
hyperlinks are drawn when you move the mouse over them, but the text is
never drawn (so the bottom half of a line is missing).
"Works for me."
I can reliably reproduce it here, so here's some more information about what I'm
This is a 486 with 32Mb of RAM and a 3Gb IDE disk. The video card is an S3
Trio64 ("S3 Inc.|86c764/765 [Trio32/64/64V+]" in hwconf, in fact a Diamond
Stealth 64). I'm using the S3 server in 8bpp, and the monitor can only do
I can get it to refresh properly by getting a tool-tip pop-up to partially cover
the window, and then moving the mouse.
A conundrum has occurred. I can't fix it without reproducing it, and from your
'finger' info it seems that you're safely on the other side of the pond where I
can't see the problem happen. Any ideas?
Shall I try 'Option "no_accel"' to see if its an X problem?
Closing - no further info, no other complaints, stale bug.