[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 17648] size attribute of SELECT element

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Thu Jul 8 20:08:36 PDT 2010


brianw9999 at yahoo.com changed:

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--- Comment #5 from brianw9999 at yahoo.com  2010-07-08 20:08:35 PST ---
This is what you intend?  This makes NO sense!  Because of this behavior, I can not use the select control where I want to on my page because I can not afford the unnecessary vertical space. What possible advantage can there be to the user (me) he wants 2 or 3, and he gets 4?  If I want 4, can't I ask for 4?  THIS MAKES NO SENSE! What are you thinking?  "This is an intentional feature which improves usability"?  How?!  Your link only confirms that the behavior is intended; it doesn't explain how it "improves usability."  And, no explanation is possible.

Use CSS?  So far, I don't see how to duplicate the functionality; but even if that's possible, this should be FIXED!

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