[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14523] nowrap attribute in table cell is ignored in strict mode

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Sun Apr 25 20:28:43 PDT 2010


https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=14523


luxigo at sunrise.ch changed:

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--- Comment #7 from luxigo at sunrise.ch  2010-04-25 20:28:43 PST ---
(In reply to comment #6)
> The question is whether to follow MSIE's behavior or Firefox's behavior.

Maybe an option could be added to ask chrome to follow MSIE behaviour or
Firefox behaviour on this case :)

I have the same problem: nowrap for TD of fixed width is ignored.

I use a second table as table header in a web based database management
application, so that the column headers are still displayed when scrolling the
table below. For this i must set a fixed width for cells in both tables.

Yeah i do use <table> for this, no offense to css dogmatists although: i do use
css for the general layout :)

To keep the table as compact as possible, i use the table cells width to resize
column header cells with javascript, then i use the column header cells width
to resize table cells when width mismatch (ie: when the header cell content
width is wider than the cell content width )

The problem with chrome is that the sorting icon (img) beside the column header
label appears on the line below when the header cell content is wider than the
table cell content.

It works nicely with Firefox. I will never make it MSIE compatible because
beside the fact i hate MS anti-interoperability policy, i dont run Windows; but
i love Chrome javascript native engine.

Please do something :)

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