After I created a table to test splitting cells. I first combined two cells together. Before I combined them they were of equal length to one another. Then after I combined them I split them back the way I previously had them. When they split both cells did not return to the same equal size. One was slightly longer than the other cell.
Confirmed on Win 98 using build 20010927, Win 2k using build 20011001, and Mac OS using Mozilla build 20010930.
Confirmed. (BuildID: 2001100903) It seems for me its a part of a larger bug : Bug#102930 (split dont remember color) Bug#100766 (split dont remember size) Bug#102967 (split crash)
-->cmanske Charley--is this a duplicate of some layout bug?
HTML Table size rules are difficult. They are very dynamic and depend on cell content. Any editing will change cell sizes. You certainly can't expect cell sizes to be the same after joining, then splitting. Did you set the size of the cells to some pixel or percent before you joined them? If not then this is invalid. If you did, then it's possibly a table layout bug.
I'm sure Charley meant HTML Tables...
Temporarily moving to future until a milestone can be assigned.
as Charlie says, with cells where you have specified the width inp ixels or % this doesnt happen, and least not on today's build. mraking bug as INVALID