The edit tools on google notebook are wrapped (New note, B, I, Font, etc) in current trunk builds. This regressed when the reflow branch landed.
Tried the testcase in multiple browsers. Boxes are horizontal in FF 2.0. Boxes are vertical in Trunk, IE 7, Opera, and Konqueror. I'm not sure which rendering is _correct_, but from the above, it seems FF2 is the odd one out. So perhaps this was really a problem in FF 2.0, and Trunk has the right rendering of the testcase. (but on the other hand, maybe we need to be backwards-compatible?)
Is that set of behaviors also true for the original site, or is the testcase oversimplified?
This is just min-width computation changing after reflow branch landing, right? Now the min-width is computed assuming content after a float can be placed below the float. Which is reasonable, so I think this is WONTFIX.
I can't see the problem anymore on the google notebook site. I don't see it with older builds either, so I guess Google has updated the page. So this can become invalid or wontfix, as far as me is concerned.
I'm going to mark invalid, since I'm a little skeptical that the testcase was an accurate simplification, given how it behaved on other browsers.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 12 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
I'm also seeing this problem at http://ruyan.offerchina.com/ruyan-ecigar-family-set-p-6.html
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