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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2007-04-05 12:54 -------
(In reply to comment #4)
> I think this is a step in the right direction, but I believe the PercentBase
> shouldn't be LengthBase.CONTAINING_REFAREA_HEIGHT but
> LengthBase.CONTAINING_BLOCK_HEIGHT. i-p-d, b-p-d, width and height are all
> CONTAINING_BLOCK_WIDTH/HEIGHT as per the spec. top, left etc. are also defined
> in terms of the containing block, not the nearest ancestor reference area.
Aaah, OK, now I think I get it.
The spec (I only checked 1.1) explicitly alters the original CSS wording
'containing block' to 'nearest
ancestor reference area' for interpreting top/left/bottom/right (and in the
but only where it comes to the positioning (100% to the left of /what/?), not
in the definition of the
percent-base (100% of /what/ to the left of ...?)
Subtle one, I must say. :-)
I'll adapt shortly.
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