Wordwrap not enabled correctly on non-resizeable windows




13 years ago
12 years ago


(Reporter: Graham, Assigned: Blake Ross)


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13 years ago
Hi, a couple of times now I have opened up a child window from a website ... it
has been set as non-resizeable; but the content did not recognise the width
correctly, thus some of the content was off the window with no apparant way of
reading it. My most recent case was: http://www.hamperpeople.co.uk/ then click
on 'Delivery Info' and it miss represented the text.

WFM WinXP Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8a6)
Gecko/20050107 Firefox/1.0+

Make sure javascript is enabled because the window and it's contents resize to
fit each other and I was able to read the entire window just fine.

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