Status Bar Render Bug

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drahardja

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Sep 30, 2007
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#1
Here's a bug I found. It's been around since 1.1.1 and it's still there in 1.1.2.

Steps to reproduce:

Start Safari.
Navigate to a web page.
Turn to landscape orientation.
Click on the address box.
Click Share (this will pop up the Mail app in portrait orientation).
Push the sleep/wake button to put the phone to sleep.
Push the sleep/wake button to wake the phone up.
Slide the "Slide to unlock" slider to unlock the phone.

Observe that the Mail app is drawn in portrait orientation, but the status bar is drawn in landscape orientation.
 

scandalex

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Sep 16, 2007
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#3
Here's a bug I found. It's been around since 1.1.1 and it's still there in 1.1.2.

Steps to reproduce:

Start Safari.
Navigate to a web page.
Turn to landscape orientation.
Click on the address box.
Click Share (this will pop up the Mail app in portrait orientation).
Push the sleep/wake button to put the phone to sleep.
Push the sleep/wake button to wake the phone up.
Slide the "Slide to unlock" slider to unlock the phone.

Observe that the Mail app is drawn in portrait orientation, but the status bar is drawn in landscape orientation.
You're absolutely right. Just tried it.
 

jjvaldez

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Jul 3, 2007
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#5
weird
it worked with me ... this is indeed weird.. my question is why did u want to share something the hit the home then hit the home button, then unlock then stay in landscape.....

but this is cool
 

drahardja

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Sep 30, 2007
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#6
weird
it worked with me ... this is indeed weird.. my question is why did u want to share something the hit the home then hit the home button, then unlock then stay in landscape.....
I found this bug when I was interrupted by something while trying to share a web address. I put the phone to sleep to attend to the interruption, but when I switched the phone back I saw the bug.

Note that you don't have to be in landscape mode when you turn it on. The Mail app forces you to be in Portrait anyway.