Example: <div style="float:left">Two words</div> Expected behaviour: Wrapping should only occur if the viewport is too narrow to display the text in a single line. Actual behaviour: The two words are shown in two lines regardless of the window size. Regression: Occurs on: 1999-09-16-08 apprunner (Win98) Doesn't occur on: NS 4.51, IE 4
I think this bug should be marked invalid, unless you want to ignore the CSS spec for compatibility's sake, which I am against. CSS2 says (in 10.3.5, I think) that non-replaced floating elements with auto width should have width 0. (Note that the rules are different for replaced elements and that tables act kinda like replaced elements.)
The css spec is quite clear on how to treat these, and we do the right thing. Since floating div's aren't really supported in prior nav releases, there is really no point in getting worked up for compatabilities sake.
Based on kipp's comments, markingh as verified invalid.
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