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Steps to reproduce: 1. Type "TTT" into any text field (location bar, html form textbox, html form textarea, composer). 2. Put the insertion point at the end of the text. Result: in each case, the insertion point is one pixel to the right of where you'd expect it to be based on its location when it's between two of the 'T's. In the location bar, this causes the insertion point to touch the last T. In an html form textbox, it causes the insertion point to overlap with the end of the last T. This is very annoying when typing lower-case L or D into the location bar, since the insertion point ends up inverting most or all of the letter right after it's typed.
Assignee: trudelle → sfraser
There is a dependence on the font for this. At the end of a line, the position is correct for the default serif font, and off to the left by one for sans-serif and monospace for my win2k system. On Mac, serif and sans-serif are off, but monospace is ok (I think; didn't have a magnifier handy on Mac). But then when it is in the middle of a line, on win2k, serif is off by one to the right, while monospace and sans-serif exactly split the characters. (and mac, is monospace off by one, and serif and sans-serif OK).
QA Contact: jrgm → sujay
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 48602 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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