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Re: amaya-8.5

From: Irene Vatton <irene.vatton@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 12:48:36 +0200
To: "w.szukalski" <szukw000@students.uni-mainz.de>
Cc: www-amaya@w3.org
Message-Id: <20040614124836.3b8696d3.irene.vatton@inrialpes.fr>

On Mon, 07 Jun 2004 19:45:35 GMT
"w.szukalski" <szukw000@students.uni-mainz.de> wrote:

> My system: linux-2.4.26, gcc-3.3
> 
> I tried to compile amaya-8.5 with:
> 
> --with-x --with-motif
> 
> and had to make some changes (see amaya-8.5.dif) to be successful.

Hum, this option is now progressively removed from the Amaya source
because a lot of new dialogs cannot work with the Motif toolkit.

> 
> Offering the file 'amaya.html' to amaya I found that amaya is
> unable to handle CSS correctly.
> 
> - The 'margin-left'-handling is broken.
> 
> - The overlapping by means of 'margin-top' seems to be not in sync
>   with the CSS-Specification. My (CSS2.1-)Version runs:
> 
> 9.9 Layered presentation
> 
> 9.9.1 (...)
>       Each stacking context consists of the following stacking
>       levels:
> 
>       1. the background and borders (...)
>       2. upto 7. follows
>
> I have added a small test file (amaya.html).
> 
> MOZILLA and OPERA handle these layers correctly. First the back-
> grounds are handled: the background of box FIVE overlaps the
> background of box FOUR. Then the contents are handled: the text
> of box FIVE overlaps the text of box FOUR.
> 
> But amaya handles both background and text of box FOUR and then 
> handles both background and text of box FIVE: thus the background 
> of box FIVE hides the text of box FOUR.

Yes, Amaya implements the SVG model.

> 
> The display of 'Help.Index' is broken.
> 
> winfried


     Irene.
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