[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 36584] Frameset body "rows" and "cols" attribute does not reflect current frame size

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Thu Jul 8 07:50:19 PDT 2010


Tim Green <tim.green at ec-software.com> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from Tim Green <tim.green at ec-software.com>  2010-07-08 07:50:19 PST ---
See my attached demo case. Current versions of Safari and Chrome on both Mac OS X and Windows are all affected. This bug is actually critical as it makes it impossible to set frameset dimensions with JS. In addition to failing to retrieve the dimensions after the frame border has been moved by the user, Webkit browsers also set the cols and rows dimensions incorrectly if the frame border has been moved. The amount of the move by the user is added as a positive or negative offset, producing broken results. 

There appears to be no workaround for this because the browsers are both reporting the current values incorrectly and applying an offset to any values set with JS.

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