I am using the x.js library, and one of the things I'm using it for is to determine the client height and resize layers accordingly. However, in Mozilla Firebird 0.6, the client height is first returned as the height of the document, and then slowly "crawls" up to the actual value.
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Internet Explorer correctly identifies the height of the client immediately (an inserted alert has proven this) while Mozilla detects the height as the height of the document, and then ramps up to the height of the actual page.
Actually it almost seems to be a browser bug, because I figure it's firing the resize event each time (which causes the divs to slowly expand to the full window), and that doesn't seem to be a script bug really.
But what I'm looking for (if no one can explain this) is a different method of detecting the client height in a cross-browser manner.
Thanks in advance,
Fixed links, sorry about that.