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Old 08-13-2009
Firefox35 displays pngs erratically

I have been using firefox3.5 now for some months and noticed that some images, notably in the png format, do not display correctly: the images are not displayed at all or display in part whereby the rest of the image shows a black rectangle. Does anybody else suffer from this problem?
Desktop: xfce 4.2
OS: FreeBSD 7.2

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The only workaround that I currently have is reverting back to a previous FF3 version, which is a minor drawback.
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ImageByteOrder(3X11)						     MIT X11R4						      ImageByteOrder(3X11)

       ImageByteOrder, BitmapBitOrder, BitmapPad, BitmapUnit, DisplayHeight, DisplayHeightMM, DisplayWidth, DisplayWidthMM, XListPixmapFormats,
       XPixmapFormatValues - image format functions and macros

       XPixmapFormatValues *XListPixmapFormats(display, count_return)
	  Display *display;
	  int *count_return;





       DisplayHeight(display, screen_number)

       DisplayHeightMM(display, screen_number)

       DisplayWidth(display, screen_number)

       DisplayWidthMM(display, screen_number)

       display	 Specifies the connection to the X server.

		 Returns the number of pixmap formats that are supported by the display.

		 Specifies the appropriate screen number on the host server.

       The function returns an array of structures that describe the types of Z format images that are supported by the specified display.  If
       insufficient memory is available, returns NULL.	To free the allocated storage for the structures, use

       The macro specifies the required byte order for images for each scanline unit in XY format (bitmap) or for each pixel value in Z format.

       The macro returns or to indicate whether the leftmost bit in the bitmap as displayed on the screen is the least or most significant bit in
       the unit.

       The macro returns the number of bits that each scanline must be padded.

       The macro returns the size of a bitmap's scanline unit in bits.

       The macro returns the height of the specified screen in pixels.

       The macro returns the height of the specified screen in millimeters.

       The macro returns the width of the screen in pixels.

       The macro returns the width of the specified screen in millimeters.

       The structure provides an interface to the pixmap format information that is returned at the time of a connection setup.  It contains:
       typedef struct {
	 int depth;
	 int bits_per_pixel;
	 int scanline_pad;
       } XPixmapFormatValues;

See Also
       AllPlanes(3X11), BlackPixelOfScreen(3X11), IsCursorKey(3X11), XFree(3X11)
       X Window System: The Complete Reference, Second Edition, Robert W. Scheifler and James Gettys