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From Stas Bekman <>
Subject Re: SV: is something wrong with the styles?
Date Tue, 10 May 2005 04:19:51 GMT
Stas Bekman wrote:
> Allan Juul wrote:
>> it looks incorrect in the snapshot stas sent.
>> this is an old issue/problem mainly caused by me. way back i 
>> "rejected" to
>> use transparent gif-images as spacers, so created a hack with the <br> 
>> tag
>> using classes to get the same vertical effect. have a look at
>> i think it is only a problem on linux. i use quite a lot of browsers on
>> win32/mac os x and can't recall to have seen this problem ever on those
>> platforms.
>> probably the best solution is the pathetic solution [considering we 
>> are now
>> in year 2005], namely to use a spacer.gif image.
>> alternatively, someone with both time and linux in their hands could 
>> try and
>> hack the stylesheet
>> i don't have the time right now, but could probably find some around 
>> easter.
> Or may be someone who understands the issue could submit a bug report to 
> the mozilla team, since it looks like a regression to me. It was working 
> fine just a few weeks ago.
> In any case, thanks for looking at it, Allan. Whenever you have time. 
> Make sure to try with the latest bleading firefox and not just an 
> official release.

Allan? Did you have a chance to look at those issues?

I also get a screwed up <pre> sections, it doesn't use the fixed fonts. Do 
you think it's something wrong on my side? I get it only with mozilla, 
while firefox shows those just fine. Other sites show the fixed font fine 
with mozilla. I can send a snapshot if you want.

Stas Bekman            JAm_pH ------> Just Another mod_perl Hacker     mod_perl Guide --->

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