[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 13097] Unsupported content:inherit value

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Mon Apr 12 12:04:37 PDT 2010


Nicholas Wilson <nicholas at nicholaswilson.me.uk> changed:

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--- Comment #8 from Nicholas Wilson <nicholas at nicholaswilson.me.uk>  2010-04-12 12:04:37 PST ---
I am afraid to say that this behaviour is actually wrong. It seems sensible
that inherit should inherit, but there are a lot of non-obvious decisions about
how to treat replaced content. 

In CSS3, the current public Gen-Con draft is very incomplete, but does not want
does not want to allow inheritance (please comment if you know personally of
any move to change this).

On the other hand, in CSS2.1, 'inherit' is basically just there as a
placeholder value that nearly any property can have set. It it is not intended
to have any function for "content" and the spec requires none, normal, and
inherit to all work the same way.

Patch on its way.

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