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Very odd problem here. Working on the local version of this file, Mozilla combines two paragraphs (which have a grey background) into one. On the URL (warning - it's large) click on "Compiler directives" and work down until you see some lines: #set THIS_FLAG #set THAT_FLAG #if clear THIS_FLAG #message "This will never be printed." This is how it should appear, but on my local version, I get: #set THIS_FLAG #set THAT_FLAG #if clear THIS_FLAG #message "This will never be printed." Note the lack of a blank line. I'm not sure what else I can provide that would help, but if there is anything, please do e-mail me.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Using the latest build and viewing the file over the net (the URL above) it displays correctly for me If you still have this problem, create a small example that demonstrates the problem and add it as an attachment
Re-opening bug and attaching a small example provided by Ross that demonstrates the problem when viewing as a local file.
Assigning to Kipp because it appears to be block related
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago → 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
The two paragraphs are not merged, but they given 0em top/bottom margins, so they are drawn next to each other. Nav 4.x adds some pixels to the space between the paragraphs which is totally incorrect. In Mozilla <P> being a block level element extends to the right margin, regardless of the text within it. This is the correct behaviour. Nav 4.x extends the block backround to the longest line which is bad, but remove 'border: none' from 'P.code' and see it getting even worse. Marking INVALID.
If rendering of page when loaded from local, is correct, then rendering from remote must be incorrect (well, you have two different renderings, something must be wrong). Please see new attachment for example.
No, I was working with troy's attachment and commented on it. It renders as his attached gif shows it, and it's correct. However it contains a different version of the stylesheet "default.css" than what's on the site, (which I have to admit I didn't check) P.code has margin: 0em 3em in troys example, and it has margin: 0em 3em 1em in the current on-line version. This explains why they are differently looking. But both versions are rendered correctly.
Based on the comments, marking as verified invalid.
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