761 bytes, text/html
So, on bug #22765, buster suggested using 'table-layout: fixed;' to test an aspect of a problem involving misplaced paint of form controls inside nested tables (not the solution, just an experiment). Unfortunately, my experiment resulted in exposing this _unrelated_ problem. Overview Description: Nested tables with 'table-layout: fixed;' fail to render inner content. Steps to Reproduce: 1) Load up the attachment (to follow) -- first set of nested tables has 'table-layout: fixed;', second set does not. Actual Results: if 'table-layout: fixed;', the word "inner" is not visible. Expected Results: the word inner should be visible in both sets of nested tables. Build Date & Platform Bug Found: 2000010416 win95 Additional Builds and Platforms Tested On: no others tested Additional Information: I'll ponder the various permutations of this situation; if I haven't attached additional testcase and you want them, give me a wake-up call.
I think I had too many stupid pills for breakfast ... This doesn't require nested tables, and it may be that I've forgotten the rules for 'table-layout: fixed;'. I'll go re-read the relevant info; ignore this bug for now.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
This is just bug #10269 -- i.e., how to handle table-layout: fixed, when the table width and all first row columns have auto width. Marking DUPLICATE. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 10269 ***
Verified dup of #10269 per reporter's comments
You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.