[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 136062] New ruby parsing rule breaks some real web sites.

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Mon Aug 18 23:20:50 PDT 2014


--- Comment #2 from Yuki Sekiguchi <yuki.sekiguchi at access-company.com>  2014-08-18 23:20:57 PST ---
This patch didn't fix layout problem at http://ikilote.net/fr/Collection/Personnalit%C3%A9.html?id=394
I think this is another problem.

DOM looks identical to the DOM of Gecko or old Safari.

The reason why WebKit has layout problem is that WebKit supports @support, but Safari 7.0.3 doesn't support it.  When @support is supported and display: ruby is not supported, the site try to simulate display: ruby behavior using display: table to ruby. Since WebKit doesn't support ruby other than display: block and inline, the layout becomes strange. However, I'm not sure why "ruby.ruby_h > rtc  {    display: table-header-group;}" is not applied to the rtc element. Gecko apply the style.

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