[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 183029] Safari's intrinsic inline-size calculations don't account for whitespace before empty child with nonzero margins (which causes unnecessary wrapping in intrinsically-sized element)

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Wed Feb 21 23:40:33 PST 2018


Daniel Holbert <dholbert at mozilla.com> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
                URL|                            |https://jsfiddle.net/xwxsfL
                   |                            |pv/

--- Comment #2 from Daniel Holbert <dholbert at mozilla.com> ---
Oops, sorry -- looks like the testcases that I linked in comment 0 and 1 actually work correctly in Safari! :D   I *started* with a testcase that was broken in both Chrome & Safari, and then I reduced it with Chrome (I'm on Linux) and I assumed it was still the same in Safari.... that'll teach me to make assumptions.

Anyway -- here's an earlier version of my testcase that *IS* broken in Safari:

Firefox and Edge render that correctly (with the black line being 1 line tall).  Safari and Chrome render it 2 lines tall, for no good reason.

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