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See vid below to see a couple minor bugs I found when searching for support tickets in v9.
Also notice the missing language entry at top.

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hmm ok So I can see the vid didn't attach corrrectly although I believe it did upload. What format can we attach vids in cause I tried SWF and daid no so i did mpg and it went but is not showing?
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I can see the Vid fine in FF, Chrome and IE.

Do you have a Samsung Galaxy S / Galaxy S II ? If so, why not check out my ScreenFree FM Radio .
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Thanks. That rendering thing is curious. I think it was mythus who mentioned an issue on Firefox Linux, and now this is on Firefox Windows. That profile link problem, I've seen it too, and it was just mentioned in the chat room – and it's fixed but I think I didn't realise it was ever a live problem (assumed it was a mistake made after 9.0.2). Will look into both these.


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This was on a local WAMP install of 9.0.2 (recently upgrade from 9.0.1)
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Yep, fixed in git, but not on the tracker – I'll trace when this went wrong. It is confusing me a bit because I've been making cleanups in v10 too, and I don't know if I somehow accidentally got something crossed over by mistake. Or maybe it is coincidental. I'll sort it anyway :).


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Confirmed issue on Firefox Windows, and it's not affecting Firefox Mac. I just had a mini-rant against Google's anti-competitive Chrome-pushing-policy on Twitter, but Firefox's slow development and piling up bug reports annoys me more :lol:.


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Ack, so I spent 40 minutes narrowing this down, and this is gonna be fixed in 4 days when Firefox 16 comes out:
786817 -- Combination of overflow and border radius cause entire elements to disappear when scrolling parent element

That'll beat the next patch release of ours, and we only support the latest versions of non-IE browsers, so I'm going to leave this. I'm not sure a reasonable workaround could be done anyway.

I was all ready to submit a test case to them…

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