[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 13717] Relative positioning divs inappropriately induce vertical scrollbars

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Wed May 16 16:01:01 PDT 2007


------- Comment #5 from cshirk at ieee.org  2007-05-16 16:01 PDT -------
I think Firefox 2.0 has the correct rendering for this case.

As an oversimplification, given divs a, b and c, with 'c' relatively positioned
up (negative), Firefox 1.5, Webkit, and IE6 seem to be calculating the total
page height by summing the heights of a, b and c without taking into account
that 'c' has been shifted.

(In reply to comment #4)
> Firefox 1.5 and IE6 behave like ToT in this test. FF2 seems to be different.
> Not sure who is buggy here.

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