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Re: Bug: Behavior of Google Maps interface "maximize" feature in Iceweas

From: Mike Hommey
Subject: Re: Bug: Behavior of Google Maps interface "maximize" feature in Iceweasel vs. Firefox
Date: Sat, 26 May 2007 08:40:05 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.13 (2006-08-11)

On Fri, May 25, 2007 at 03:30:04PM -0600, Dan Stangel <address@hidden> wrote:
> Package: Iceweasel
> Version: (as distributed with Debian 4.0 i386)
> I recently switched to Iceweasel and have been very impressed with the
> consistency and completeness compared with its alter-ego.  
> The only issue I have found thus far is when using Google Maps in
> Iceweasel (http://maps.google.com/), the rendered user interface has one
> noticable difference.
> In Firefox, the Google Maps interface shows a small "maximize"
> left-arrow button at the middle of the left-hand edge of the map window,
> between the map window and the search results listing.  Clicking on this
> little arrow maximizes the map view and minimizes the search results
> view, such that the map occupies the entire width of the browser window.
> This feature is immensely useful when scrolling through maps, where the
> search results are not relevant or not needed.
> For some reason, this maximize arrow does not display in Iceweasel.  
> I have also tried Firefox in Windows XP and (not surprisingly)
> this feature works.
> In the Epiphany 2.14.3 browser, the maximize icon is missing as with
> Iceweasel. 
> I have not had an opportunity to test this out with any other browser or
> platform combinations.

Google Maps is doing user agent sniffing.


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