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:first-line and :hover

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I added a :first-line declaration for the <p> element on a site.
Afterwards, I noticed some weird behavior in Mozilla 1.3/Win2k. When I
hovered my mouse over links in side the <p> element (but not in the
first line), it caused the text inside the <a> element to duplicate
itself. As I continued to move the pointer inside and out of the <a>
element text, it continued to duplicate until there were 20 or so
instances. Test case below.

http://www.tsmchughs.com/test/

I was going to ask others to confirm, but checked bugzilla first, and
found bug 177539. :( So this is an fyi.

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Brian (follow directions in my address to email me)
http://www.tsmchughs.com/

Jul 20 '05 #1
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Brian wrote:
I added a :first-line declaration for the <p> element on a site.
Afterwards, I noticed some weird behavior in Mozilla 1.3/Win2k. When I
hovered my mouse over links in side the <p> element (but not in the
first line), it caused the text inside the <a> element to duplicate
itself. As I continued to move the pointer inside and out of the <a>
element text, it continued to duplicate until there were 20 or so
instances. Test case below.

http://www.tsmchughs.com/test/

I was going to ask others to confirm, but checked bugzilla first, and
found bug 177539. :( So this is an fyi.


Is there mention of a fix? Under Firebird 0.7 (Gecko 20031007) & XP, I
don't get that behaviour, but it is still very odd. Some, & only some,
links (excluding those on the first line) don't respond to the hover
event; what's more, cycling through the focused links with tab results
in those same links being missed out :/

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Michael
m r o z a t u k g a t e w a y d o t n e t
Jul 20 '05 #2

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