[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 115884] Frame flattening prevents <HTML> in <OBJECT> from having scrollbars

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Fri May 10 02:21:58 PDT 2013


--- Comment #4 from Jaehun Lim <ljaehun.lim at samsung.com>  2013-05-10 02:20:23 PST ---
(In reply to comment #2)
> (From update of attachment 201309 [details])
> You should have a ref test in order to verify scrollbar rendering in addition to the scrolling behavior.
I'll add ref tests for scrollbar rendering.

> Why do you handle embedded html this way instead of flattening it like frames? Which use case do you have in mind?

I asked this issue to flattening guys on irc. Our conclusion is that the frame flattening is just for <frame> and <iframe>. <object> is not a flatten-able element. And the frame flattening should go away eventually, we don't need to expand its targets any more.
How do you think ?

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