[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14921] No normal value for font-weight available in CSS.

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Fri Aug 10 21:25:08 PDT 2007


jab_creations at yahoo.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|RESOLVED                    |UNCONFIRMED
         Resolution|WORKSFORME                  |

------- Comment #9 from jab_creations at yahoo.com  2007-08-10 21:25 PDT -------
Then please clarify the rendering difference between Gecko and Webkit?

If you can not agree that the text is bold please answer if you think the text
looks exactly the same or not between the two browsers. If the text does not
look the same then please explain how the text is being rendered differently
since you insist it is not an issue of font-weight.

Secondly how would you through CSS make the rendering of the text between Gecko
and Webkit consistent? It needs to look exactly the same using the same CSS
across browsers.

I'm going by Gecko's rendering as it much more standard compliant then Internet
Explorer though (after resizing IE and moving it so the text is as closely
positioned as possible) it renders the text the same width and weight. Opera
also renders the text the same way.

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