Re: [WSG] Is page-break-before broken in Webkit?

2009-10-14 Thread David Hucklesby

James Ducker wrote:

Hi there,

As a test, try using that style on an element that isn't floated or 
inside a floated element.




That was worth a try - I added a break-after to the preceding
paragraph, but Safari 4 seems intent on ignoring my wishes.
(I double-checked in other browsers - either place works fine.)
Thanks for the idea...

Cordially,
David
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[Spam] :Re: [WSG] Is page-break-before broken in Webkit?

2009-10-14 Thread Nick Fitzsimons
2009/10/14 David Hucklesby huckle...@gmail.com:
 James Ducker wrote:

 Hi there,

 As a test, try using that style on an element that isn't floated or inside
 a floated element.


 That was worth a try - I added a break-after to the preceding
 paragraph, but Safari 4 seems intent on ignoring my wishes.
 (I double-checked in other browsers - either place works fine.)
 Thanks for the idea...


It looks like there are long-standing issues with WebKit's
page-break-* handling:
https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5097
https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9526

Regards,

Nick.
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Re: [Spam] :Re: [WSG] Is page-break-before broken in Webkit?

2009-10-14 Thread David Hucklesby

Nick Fitzsimons wrote:

2009/10/14 David Hucklesby huckle...@gmail.com:

James Ducker wrote:

Hi there,

As a test, try using that style on an element that isn't floated or inside
a floated element.


That was worth a try - I added a break-after to the preceding
paragraph, but Safari 4 seems intent on ignoring my wishes.
(I double-checked in other browsers - either place works fine.)
Thanks for the idea...



It looks like there are long-standing issues with WebKit's
page-break-* handling:
https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5097
https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9526



Ah! That's the information I was looking for. Didn't know where to look 
for the bug reports... Thanks a bunch, Nick.


Cordially,
David
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Re: [WSG] Is page-break-before broken in Webkit?

2009-10-12 Thread smith lorences
hello
  i dont really get what you mean can you pleas tell me more

On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 10:05 PM, David Hucklesby huckle...@gmail.comwrote:

 Trying to put the entire printed recipe on its own printed page, most
 browsers honor my page-break-before: always; declaration. I can't get this
 to work nohow no way in Webkit (Safari and Chrome), even by adding
 !important...

 http://yewebwiz.info/temp/kam/

 The rule is first in the @print section, near the end of this CSS:

 http://yewebwiz.info/temp/kam/recipes.css

 2nd question - is there a list of known Webkit bugs anywhere?

 Thanks in advance for any enlightenment.

 Cordially,
 David
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 P.S. Sorry for the cross-posting. I got no response from the other list.



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Re: [WSG] Is page-break-before broken in Webkit?

2009-10-12 Thread James Ducker
Hi there,

As a test, try using that style on an element that isn't floated or
inside a floated element.

- James


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Re: [WSG] Is page-break-before broken in Webkit?

2009-10-12 Thread David Hucklesby

David Hucklesby wrote:

Trying to put the entire printed recipe on its own printed page, most
 browsers honor my page-break-before: always; declaration. I can't
get this to work nohow no way in Webkit (Safari and Chrome), even by
adding !important...

http://yewebwiz.info/temp/kam/

The rule is first in the @print section, near the end of this CSS:

http://yewebwiz.info/temp/kam/recipes.css



Tim White responded:

David,

In testing that I've done I have found that @media doesn't seem to
work in external stylesheets in all browsers. Try moving the @media
rules into an embedded stylesheet just to see if Webkit works then.



Oh, the @media print works all right. Check the print preview.
I even tried moving the rule out of the @media section. I just can't get
the page-break-before to put the recipe on its own page... All other
styles are applied just fine.

FWIW - page-break-after does not work either. Only Webkit...

Cordially,
David
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[WSG] Is page-break-before broken in Webkit?

2009-10-11 Thread David Hucklesby
Trying to put the entire printed recipe on its own printed page, most 
browsers honor my page-break-before: always; declaration. I can't get 
this to work nohow no way in Webkit (Safari and Chrome), even by adding 
!important...


http://yewebwiz.info/temp/kam/

The rule is first in the @print section, near the end of this CSS:

http://yewebwiz.info/temp/kam/recipes.css

2nd question - is there a list of known Webkit bugs anywhere?

Thanks in advance for any enlightenment.

Cordially,
David
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P.S. Sorry for the cross-posting. I got no response from the other list.



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