Version: 3.5.7 and 3.5.8 (using KDE KDE 3.5.8)
Installed from: Gentoo Packages
Compiler: gcc 4.1 / 4.2
problem introduced with 3.5.7
when i surf in a couple of website (http://www.f1grandprix.it/ or http://www.motograndprix.it/)
konqueror destroys all links, while rendering is ok.
attached a video for corruption:
kde-base/konqueror-3.5.8 corrupts some webpages
Firefox and other browsers work ok there.
my website is sometimes down, so i put here http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=OJ93B1p2xFI
Confirmed with KDE4 too (3.96.3). Whole page disappears.
Confirmed, but the page has some nasty compressed JS.
but it's not normal behaviour, IE and firefox do not do this...
shouldn't this get Higher attention for 4.0 release?
*** Bug 160560 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Bug confirmed on 3.5.8.
Fixed on konqueror 4 (tested in trunk r797319)
Ok, strange results here. Both 4.0.3 and 3.5.9 exhibit similar behavior.
Loading either example given in comment #0 the page loads then when its almost done loading reverts to a blank page. I'm defining blank page as a white background with no content or images in it. However the url address is that of the site, and the status bar states that the page has loaded successfully.
Talking in IRC, krop notes that the page has an auto reload, could this be part of the problem?
This may be fixed in trunk, I can't test, but this is acting oddly for 4.0.3 and 3.5.9, though my odd behavior is not what is reported in the original bug report. Please note that I do not have flash installed on either browser, and both were compiled from source using GCC 4.3.0. (Gentoo linux).
I've just tried with revision 799878 (compiled 2 hours ago). The page become blank for some seconds while loading (about 90% of loading), after the page is all correctly rendered.
Did you mean this revision: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=799878 ?
It seams unrelated to that bug.
I would like to try the patch, where can i catch it?
I have a similar problem when i browse wiki.kubuntu-de.org. Konqueror leaves some pages blank until i reload them.
Forgot to mention: I use KDE 4.0.3 (Kubuntu Hardy packages)
I have same problem with www.lemonde.fr but in a different way: konqueror destroys all links in the page on mouse over but only while the page is not completely loaded (sometimes my connection is slow). After the whole page is loaded it's well rendered.
Hope will help.
Additional tests (kde 3.5.9 on Debian):
-open a tabbed enabled konqueror
-go to www.cellularmagazine.it and wait the page is loaded
-right-click on the tab page and choose "Duplicate Tab"
You have the bug only on the first tab, moreover on the second tab you see the top horizontal menu (celestial background) not display on the first page.
(additional: "View Document information" works only on the first tab, normal behavior?)
I confirm the comment #15 using konqueror 3.5.9.
Instead konqueror 4 (trunk, r806921) doesn't destroy links.
Saving a local copy of page www.cellularmagazine.it (with firefox) and opening this one with konqueror the page is rendered quite well.
Only the on line page is bad rendered.
This confirmed by the fact that reloading the "Duplicate Tab" mentioned in the comment #15 also presents the same problem.
Created attachment 27085 [details]
Resolved on kde 3.5.9/3.5.10 applying revision #792695 (http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=792695) that "rework the tracking of stylesheets' loaded state.". I attach the patch modified to be suitable for kde 3.5.9/10.
*** Bug 169856 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I also can't reproduce this bug in kde 4.1 , seems fixed.
I guess I wasn't very thorough, I can replicate the bug in Opensuse 11.0 kde 4.1.1 under very specific circumstances.
In the following www.ask.com (after searching for something) and www.f1grandprix.it , if I clear cache and disable it, and don't do any mouse events like mouse scroll or clicks, sometimes the links disappear .
Although, if after they are gone I scroll with mouse, they magically reappear.
Probably is usefull to note that sites we have this bug all make use of frame or iframe.
Cannot reproduce with recent KDE (>= 4.6.5)