[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 10116] REGRESSION: Menu item drawn 2 pixels short on WWDC 2006 Attendee Site

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Fri Feb 9 16:15:43 PST 2007


sullivan at apple.com changed:

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------- Comment #9 from sullivan at apple.com  2007-02-09 16:15 PDT -------
Even more reduction:

<table style="border:1px solid black;">
<tr><td style="border:1px solid blue;text-shadow:gray 100px 100px;">Shadowed

This shows that on tip of tree, the vertical (but not horizontal) shadow offset
is affecting the height of the enclosing td, and thus the enclosing table. In
released Safari, the td and table size ignore the shadow offset.

This doesn't happen on browsers that don't support text-shadow, of course.

I don't know what the expected behavior is here, but it seems clear that what
we're doing now is wrong. One of the following seems like it must be true:

1) the shadow offset should not affect the enclosing td size at all
2) the shadow offset should affect both the width and height of the enclosing

If (1) is true, then this is a regression from correct behavior in Safari
2.0.4. If (2) is true, then the change is part-way towards the correct

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