On 2009/01/20 21:29 (GMT-0600) David C. Rankin composed:
Felix Miata wrote:
> What we may be seeing in your screenshots is
Firefox remembering a previously
> set non-100% site zoom level for one URL that is inapplicable to the other.
> Did you do Ctrl-0 on both before shooting? Did you try loading by IP instead
> of URL?
Did you try Ctrl-0?
Let me see if I can't clear things up here.
First, the screenshots were both
taken from the same firefox on my laptop. I just had the nirvana in one tab and
ecstasy in another tab and I took sequential screenshots with ksnapshot.
Felix is right. I have moved ecstasy to port 8084 so
now both servers (nirvana
- port 80, and ecstasy - port 8084) can both be access from the outside.
Both servers have the same copy of all pages on them
thanks to executing rsync
-auv nirvana:/srv/www /srv from ecstasy.
I have taken measurements with kruler to put numbers
to the problem. On nirvana:
The left column is 157 pixels wide, despite the
actual image being 165 pixels
wide. On ecstasy:
I have no idea how you're getting what you describe. On 11.0 I loaded both in
separate tabs in both FF 184.108.40.206 and FF 3.0.5. I can see tiny differences
between the two FF versions, but, other than the visitors counts, absolutely
no differences between the two pages compared at once in the same FF.
I don't know, I think I need new glasses, but
kruler doesn't lie. I'm going to
have to investigate Christians md5sum approach, but I can't explain the same
files producing different hashes. Thanks for any help you can give.
The differences in md5sum mainly prove the images are different, not
necessarily the page, but the difference between your screenshots is too
obvious for md5sums to matter. Regardless of which of the 3 URLs I use, wget
gets the same file (other than the counts difference). The CSS delivered from
all is identical.
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