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Bug Report - Presentation of text overlaps in Amaya with negative margin-top value

From: David Hunt <dhunt@bigpond.net.au>
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2003 02:31:28 -0500 (EST)
To: <www-amaya@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000001c2e2e9$39349580$2400a8c0@orac>




Dear Development Team;

I have just installed the current release, V7.2 and observe that the above
proiblem still exists, so I thought it was worthwhile to let you know.

Platform: WinXP SP1
Amaya Version 7.2a

The easiest way to describe the problem is to show you using an example
page...  Just start Amaya and open
  http://www.datsamore.com/tamenu.html

You will see that the description of the pizza overlaps almost completely
the name of the pizza which is a separate paragraph.  The page uses Styles
referenced by Class and looks ok in IE or Netscape.

The "p.itemdesc" style has a "margin-top: -1.5em".  There is no problem with
positive values in the margin.

Hope this helps.  Any questions, just ask.


Regards.
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