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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

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.

David Hunt
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