Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-align][css-multicol] 'justify-content' other than 'normal' or 'stretch' should change column count/size rules

> Yes? That's exactly what's desired - you use padding/gaps to create the minimum spacing you want, and we assume that doesn't change just because you can only fit one column of content in. (Again, we're explicitly breaking the "acts exactly like Block when single-column" symmetry when you use a non-stretch justify-content.)
My intuition was that this does change because you can only fit one column of content in. I can see it make sense the way you suggest as well, but that wasn't what felt natural to me.

This seems sufficiently subjective that I'd be OK deferring to the WG if we have a majority agreeing with your intuition against mine, but it seems to me worth taking the time to consider the variants from an author / use case stand point, and get a WG resolution on this, rather than expedite it via an “Editor's Discretion” closure.

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