[cp-patches] Re: FYI: CSS border support

Mario Torre neugens at limasoftware.net
Tue Nov 7 17:57:23 UTC 2006


Il giorno mar, 07/11/2006 alle 15.56 +0000, Stuart Ballard ha scritto:

> What do others think?

Just my 2 cents euros... but I would like to keep Roman implementation.

How I understand this class, this is not a feature that may lead to
application failures, we simply recognise more, standard, CSS elements.

This means, for example, that you can view a web page in a java element,
like you view in a gecko based browser, or in internet explorer. There
will be always small or less small differences, so I would not care
about this.

Moreover, as a general approach, I think we should keep trying to
emulate Sun behaviour where it makes sense, but we should also drop
specific bugs and inconsistencies where is the case, when we can,
especially now that Sun Java will be Open Sourced, we can expect some
bugs to be fixed.

> Stuart.
> 
> PS None of this of course is intended in any way to disparage the great work
> that Roman is doing! :)

Hahah, now I think Roman should invite you to this night Nexuiz
session! :)

Ciao,
Mario
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