Last modified: 2008-10-29 01:27:16 UTC
To replicate this bug in IE7 Release Candidate 1, open up the history of a page.
click a couple of the radio boxes to construct a diff. Notice that the radio boxes
automatically reconfigure themselves so that there are two per row between the two
revisions you have selected. Next, click the "Compare selected versions" link.
Admire the wonder of your self-constructed diff page. Next, click "back".
Notice that the radio boxes have changed their configuration so that the right-hand
column of radio boxes are gone except for the very top one. The radio box in the
left column you selected is still selected.
Click the radio box in the left column you clicked originally (that was still
selected). The radio boxes in the right column magicaly reappear, but for some
reason the row of the top box you selected is missing entirely.
I'm not sure what is at fault for this issue, but I thought it was worth reporting.
See the screenshot at:
Wiredtape on irc tested it for me with IE 7.0.6. The issue is not
appearing. I am assuming a bug in the upstream RC1 and marking this bug
This bug remains in IE 7.0.5730.11.
Could not reproduce in IE 7.0.5730.11 on Win XP SP2.
The bug is similarly unreproducable in IE 7.0.6001.18000 in Win Vista, so I take it someone has fixed this bug somewhere along the line. Marking as fixed.