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mpermann

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Is anyone else experiencing any visual glitches when adding calendar events using Firefox 2.0.11 on Mac OS? I have seen it on MacBook Pro/MacBook running 10.5.1. I have also seen it on PowerMac G5/MacBook running 10.4.11. All systems have all software updates installed. I've attached a screen capture of the visual glitch. The glitch (two vertical grey bars) appears over the Save and Close button and the General tab. I'm not seeing this glitch with Firefox 2.0.11 on Windows. So it seems to be Mac specific. Anyone else experience this and know how to correct the glitch?
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Mike

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Yep, I always experience that as well. I had moved to Firefox 3.0b2 a while back and completely forgot to file a bug report on it. BTW, it doesn't occur with Firefox 3.0b2.

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mpermann

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Thanks for the reply. I guess my search terms just weren't the right ones to find that thread. It's great to know others are experiencing the issue and there is a bug report filed on the issue. But, what I would like to know is when the issue is going to be fixed. The workaround you suggest, using Safari, isn't a good workaround since you don't have access to the html e-mail functionality in Safari. Maybe an appropriate followup question would be to ask when the html editing will be added to Safari 3.0 so my end users can use the workaround you suggest.
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