[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 61346] --webkit-visual-word: ctrl-arrow is not able to reach the boundary of line

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Thu Jun 2 17:11:51 PDT 2011


--- Comment #4 from Yair Yogev <progame+wk at gmail.com>  2011-06-02 17:11:51 PST ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> What do you mean by "not stopping at line breaks"? example?

as we discussed before-
in a two lined text area (for example), "|" representing caret stop positions when pressing Ctrl+Right from the beginning of the first line:
IE8 & Opera11:
|word |word|
|word |word|
while FF does for some:
|word |word
|word |word|
and FF for others apparently:
|word |word
|word |word

when i wrote line breaks i referred to the end of the first line, i don't know what is best here, all i know is that FF seems to be in minority by not stopping there.

but what we are talking about in this bug is (i think) the "text boundary":
the last position of the second line (aka eventually the caret should always reach the Ctrl+End position when Ctrl+Right is pressed long enough)

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