SlashCode's CSS is rendered as a gigantic single-column
row, making it completely illegible on a Treo 650.
To test this, you'll need to use the "PluggedIn" Treo
You can download a copy from http://pluggedin.palmone.com/
You'll need to register (it's free); then you can go to
to download the latest Treo Simulator for CDMA.
Start it up in Windows. It takes a while to start up;
use the numeric keypad (numlock OFF) and the mouse to
To access the web, you'll need to redirect NetLib calls
to the host TCP/IP. Right-click in the Simulator's
taskbar, then use the Settings -> Communication menu,
and click on "Redirect NetLib Calls to Host TCP/IP".
OK, you're now ready to reproduce the bug. Click on
the Applications button and scroll down to the "Web"
application. (You can't go to the home page,
vision.sprintpcs.com, because this is not a real Treo.)
But you can go to slashcode.com. It will take a while
to load up and redraw, but once it does, the bug will
finally be reproduced.
I've attached a screenshot below. (I would have
attached the simulator itself, but it's only legal to
download it directly from PluggedIn.)