Overview Description: Setting the width of a column to 0* makes the column excessively wide, overriding even explicit table widths. Steps to Reproduce: I'm going to attach a test case. Actual results: Table 1: 3rd col - minimum width (correct) 2nd col - 1/2 remaining width 1st col - 1/2 remaining width Table 2.1: 3rd col - width far exceeding screen width 2nd col - minimum width 1st col - width equal to 2nd col (correct) Table 2.2: 3rd col - width far exceeding screen 2nd col - minimum width 1st col - twice the width of 2nd col (correct) Table 2.3: 3rd col - width far exceeding screen 2nd col - 100 pixels (correct) 1st col - minimum width Comments on actual test case results: Table 1 came out correctly. Table 2.1: First two columns allotted minimum width-- last column seems to extend more than 30x table width Table 2.2: Relative widths are still implemented, even though 1* has been minimized. Table 2.3: Pixel width correctly implemented, even when combined with 0* Expected Width allotment: Table 1: As is Table 2.1: 3rd col - minimum width 2nd col - 1/2 of remaining space 1st col - 1/2 of remaining space Table 2.2: 3rd col - minimum width 2nd col - 1/3 of remaining space 1st col - 2/3 of remaining space Table 2.3: 3rd col - minimum width 2nd col - 100 pixels 1st col - remaining space Build Date & Platform Bug Found: Latest under December 18, 1999 on Windows NT 4 Additional Information: HTML Spec: http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/struct/tables.html#h-220.127.116.11
Fixed with latest checkin.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Using 2/1 build, verified fixed.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.