[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 51168] <textarea> truncates long single lines that are pasted (after about 28k characters)

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Thu Mar 3 01:54:12 PST 2011


Marijn Haverbeke <marijnh+webkit at gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #5 from Marijn Haverbeke <marijnh+webkit at gmail.com>  2011-03-03 01:54:12 PST ---
I've seen something similar, but it doesn't only seem to happen on pasting, even when the content is present in the HTML, or is injected by a script. I see the same problem on Chrome 9.0 and Chrome 11.0 (Debian Linux, 64-bit). See http://marijnhaverbeke.nl/upload/webkit-textarea.html for an example.

The scrollbar is visible for the whole width of the text, but the text appears 'invisible' past a certain point.

Curiously, the point at which the text gets cut off isn't a fixed number. Putting different strings into the textarea causes different cut-off points. Some texts do not get cut off at all, and there seems to be an 'affinity' for certain points--if I add a few characters to the start of the text in the linked page, it still cuts off after '{if(a.nodeName)'.

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