From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.7) Gecko/20011221 BuildID: 2001122108 The image is not displayed properly. Only a small part is displayed and that part also shown outside the table. Depends on vertical-align being set on <A> tag. Image displays improperly tested on Linux (0.96 & 0.97) and on Windows (0.96). Image displays correctly on Netscape 4.7x, Konqueror 2.1.1, and IE 5.1. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.View page given with Mozilla Actual Results: Image not displayed properly/fully. Expected Results: Image should have been displayed. See URL given above and corresponding style sheet. All pages above pass http://validator.w3.org
Confirming and reasssigning to HTMLTables.
Temporarily moving to future until a milestone can be assigned.
this can be re-worked around by attaching the align to the image instead of the anchor. this is a dupe of another bug which i cannot seem to find yet right now.
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wfm winxp 2004080708 Mats is that really wfm or do I overlook something?
I think that the top of "XXX" should be aligned with the top of the image, both aligned at the top of the cell which is high enough to fit its contents. I think there is a Block/Inline bug somewhere on the align issue (bug 118501?)
Well, after reading the spec, I now think that "XXX" should stay on the baseline. http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align That is, the testcase should render exactly as if the 'vertical-align' had not been specified...
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Created attachment 290614 [details] testcase without table and anchor this happens also with generic div and span elements.
this did not work before 1.9 but does now.
Bernd, is testcase 2 correct in saying that the image should be inside the box in both cases? If that's true, then it still isn't passing for me on 3.0.9. The image bleeds through the top box. On the other hand, given the bug title, I would be inclined to at least say that it's a different bug if it is indeed one.
bug 118509 was fixed in 3.1a1, i.e., after 3.0.*.
Created attachment 378383 [details] [diff] [review] bug116762-reftests
Did you test that your test fails before the bug was fixed? Did you check that it passes in the reftest harness?
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