** Observed with 6/25/2001 Win32 Trunk & Branch builds ** This is a readability problem. When you go to the above site, you see that the underlines touch the above art of the lower rows of characters. ON IE 5.5, the underlines do not touch the lower characters. This gives better readability. I think we should improve on the handling of underlining and next line.
Dup of bug 84672?
Yes, it seems to be. It's OK to mark this one as a duplicate of that one. But I dont't think this problem should be delayed to the future.It really has to do with usability of the product.
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Windows only? I do not see the problem on Macintosh. Dup of bug 84672. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 84672 ***
Andreas - How bad is this??? Is this something we need to address for M0.9.3?
Yuying, Kat, from your judgement, how bad would you say is this from your point of view?
I checked it on my Win2k-CN, it "tough" both 2 rows but not "overwrap", I think people still can figure out the underline is supposely belongs to the row above. It's not good, but if it is really a time consuming to deliver 0.9.3, we might want to move it after that. Actually bug 76097 will handle this issue.
I said this before, but I expect professional software to behave like one. Displaying characters with proper line/height alignment is a must for browsing software. Clearly this is something we should take care of sooner than later. And so I don't believe it is a good idea to delay tackling this problem.
Mark it as dup. Please re-open if still see it after bug 76097 fix checked in.