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STR: - open the following test case URL: data:text/html,<div style="display:flex;width:500px;border:1px solid;"><span style="flex-grow:1;flex-basis:100px;max-width:50px;">item 1</span><span style="flex-grow:1">item 2</span></div> - open the inspector - select the first <span> flex item within the flex container --> Among other things, the flex item sizing property section says: > Item could not grow, siblings have likely used the extra space. This is incorrect, the item could not grow because it was clamped by its max-width. I think we should just remove this sentence.
Summary: The flex item sizing property section sometimes says that an item was "Set to grow" and "Not set to grow" at the same time → The flex item sizing property section sometimes says that an item couldn't grow because of sibling while it was actually clamped
Pushed by email@example.com: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/rev/f2a0505d9f54 Dont say that siblings have used all the space when an item was clamped; r=mtigley
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