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This is to illustrate the newly added support for stretchy symbols in the MathML engine.
Hmm, doesn't look alright on Linux. This may be an upshot of the different character coordinate system as discussed in the MathML newsgroup. I looked at the code of GetBoundingMetrics() in GTK and the sign of the descent is not flipped. I will assign the bug to Shyjan to test and see what happens when the metrics data are returned in an homogeneous manner (according to the character coordinate system that we agreed upon). When you are done, you can re-assign the bug back to me.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Marking as fixed
Rojer: How do I verify that this bug has been fixed?
Interesting question. Want to lobby for (periodic) MathML-enabled builds from mozilla.org to ease testing? Want to add your weight on bug 24091?
On Windows there is no change big between the screenshot taken 11/16/99 and yesterday's debug build. Do I take it the thick black blocks are another bug, or even intentional? Or should I file a separate bug for this? Or am I missing some fonts? I cannot verify this on Linux for now (my build env is Windows-only at the moment). Maybe next year......
OS: other → Linux
Whiteboard: need Linux MathML build to verify;
thick black blocks -> missing fonts ... http://www.mozilla.org/projects/mathml/fonts/
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