question about native form elements and layers (divs). will the native elements still have the highest z index so that divs will always lie under them? this is the behavior seen in the current navigator versions. it would be great if native elements (<!-- <FORM><INPUT TYPE=text></FORM> -->) could be placed underneath divs (layers). i would appreciate a response since a lot of oracle crm applications are using dhtml.
Assignee: don → karnaze
Component: Browser-General → HTML Form Controls
This was opened on 8/24 so it is a mystery why I'm just now getting it. Reassigning to Kevin.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
It is planned that ALL HTML form elements will obey z-index when intermixed with other HTML elements. Currently: Buttons, checkboxes, and radio buttons honor z-index. Listboxes honor z-index, but their scrollbars do not. Text fields and text areas, do not honor z-index yet.
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kmcclusk, by marking this resolved fixed, is it safe to assume that listbox scrollbars, text fields, and textareas all honor z-index?
Whiteboard: waiting for engineer feedback
I think I marked it fixed because I answered the question and I all of the remaining issues to support z-index are covered by other bugs. We could open a new bug for the remaining issues and add dependencies, but the bug would be completely solved when gfx-scrollbars are used everywhere and text fields no longer use native-widgets.
Agreed. Thanks Kevin! Marking VERIFIED FIXED on: - Linux6 2000-03-07-09 Commercial build - MacOS9 2000-03-07-08 Commercial build - Win98 2000-03-07-09 Commercial build
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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