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assuming that something is a browser bug makes no sense certainly for firefox. I recommend you read this article from top to bottom, recreate the examples given, and apply it afterwards to your website. http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2008/08/13/top-10-css-table-designs/


lumpy is to vague for me.

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I think the issue is because it's a scroll table. Some of the left side of the table protrudes out further than other parts. Each row seems to have a slightly different width, when they're all set from the same CSS. It's not an issue at in IE.






The above is just what I could get right now... occassionally it's much worse. It varies based on scrolling the table or scrolling the page.

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ah i see, well in order to fix that you at least need to set a width to the various table cels (td) and besides that a sneaky trick: display:block on the table row. this will probably make your table border twice as thick. so instead you probably need to set the border to 1 px.


if you use firebug it's easier to play with this. notice what happens when you set the tr to display block. (and don't forget to give the tablecells a width.



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