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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-align][css-grid][css-flexbox] wrong assumptions about baselines only occurring in the inline axis

From: Javier Fernandez Garcia-Boente via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2016 12:26:36 +0000
To: public-css-archive@w3.org
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I found out a baseline test case for flexbox that made me think on 
this issue about grid's block-axis baseline. Let's consider the 
following flexbox case:

before text
<div style="display: inline-flex; flex-flow: column-reverse;">
after text

I've been working under the assumption that it makes sense that 
1-row/column grid should behave pretty similar to flexbox. I think 
flexbox's column-flow can be easily emulated with 1 column grid. 

When computing flexbox container's baseline it doesn't have a 
limitation of row/column
structures, so any flexitem will be considered for the operation. In 
the case described above, it will use the item with 'baseline' text, 
since it has to respect document-order. However, when using a grid 
like example, the only way to emulate column-revers is to put that 
element in the second row, which
would discard it for determining the container's baseline.

So, my first doubt is whether or not my original assumption of similar
 behavior makes sense or not.  If it does make sense, how we could 
produce the same baseline with grid ? Isn't what flexbox is doing some
 kind of block-axis baseline ?

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