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#151 Textarea's have an proprietary attribute

open-fixed
nobody
None
5
2006-07-30
2006-06-26
Hans Spaans
No

In version 1.4.x and 1.5-CVS the textarea's are using
an attribute that is not defined by W3C. The attribute
"wrap" may work in some browsers, but not in others.
After testing both Opera8 and the Gecko 1.8 engine
ignore the statement. Haven't looked at the further
impact on Squirrelmail, but for visual effect there are
options in CSS with "white-space: wrap | nowrap" and
"overflow: auto | scroll | hidden | visible".

Discussion

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    We are pretty dependent on this option, because HTML doesn't
    specify an authoritative way for us to state how we want to
    receive the data. Experience shows that this works in many
    browsers, and when support misses it's not a disaster, maybe
    an inconvenience. An inconvenience we can't really solve in
    a better way.

     
  • Hans Spaans
    Hans Spaans
    2006-06-26

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    This is interesting, because I see no real reason for it in
    src/compose.php. This also because squirrelmail does
    server-side hard-linebreaks to the body as it should do to
    workarround these kind of issues. And I haven't had any
    problems I'm aware of the last week when I remove this
    option from my personal installation/tree. This doesn't
    garantee the problems doesn't exist for others.

    Can you leave this case open for some further investigation?
    Lets say one month max or so? And if someone has suggestions
    when this is/was going to break, then I'm one e-mail away ;-)

    And yes it isn't a problem for now, but it would be nice to
    get clean HTML/XHTML output in the future.

     
  • Tomas Kuliavas
    Tomas Kuliavas
    2006-07-02

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    fixed in 1.5.2cvs src/compose.php v.1.442.

    Original code used wrap=hard and forced new lines, when long
    lines are added. Attribute was switched to wrap=virtual
    (#495073, v.1.214) in order to fix spacing issues.
    wrap=virtual creates unwrapped long lines in IE, Firefox and
    Opera8. Same happens when attribute is not set.

    We use same proprietary attribute in calendar and
    squirrelspell plugins.

     
  • Tomas Kuliavas
    Tomas Kuliavas
    2006-07-02

    • status: open --> open-fixed
     
  • Tomas Kuliavas
    Tomas Kuliavas
    2006-07-30

    • labels: 102905 -->
    • milestone: 241848 -->