[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 137915] Overflowing scroll problems when CSS perspective is active in HTML tag

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Wed Apr 8 11:10:54 PDT 2015


DJ Madeira <djmadeira at me.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from DJ Madeira <djmadeira at me.com> ---
I can confirm seeing this same bug in Chrome Canary & Safari. It seems to be related to the height of absolute & fixed position elements being calculated differently on perspective vs. not parents; see demo: http://codepen.io/djmadeira/pen/JoqgGE

The perspective child has the height of its parent, even though the parent doesn't have position: relative, but the other div correctly gets it's height from the root.

I should note that I see the same behavior in Firefox; maybe this is intentional, just arcane?

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