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RE: [css-d] IE5-Mac Offset

Sent by Von Neel on 25 January 2002 09:09


ie5 on the mac defaults height and width of a positioned layer to 100%.
Since the layer is offset that's where the scroll bar is coming from.

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Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 11:14 PM
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Subject: [css-d] IE5-Mac Offset

Here's the scenario:

Write an absolutelutely positioned Div. Position Left:120px, leave width
and
height null. The styles can be either inline or an ID Selector in the
head.
Fill the div with lots of text. NN6x, Mozilla.9x, Opera 5, Opera 6,
NN4x,
and IE4x-6x (except IE5-Mac) render the div as expected. That is, the
text
breaks at the right window border and there is no hz scrollbar. IE5-Mac
scrolls horizontally for what seems to be a value close or equal to, the
left offset of the Div.

Has anyone encountered this, and if so... is there a workaround?

Al Sparber- PVII
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