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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-tables-3] Unclear definition of offset-adjusted cell measures (#5407)

From: François REMY via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2020 15:26:43 +0000
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> Also, what should be done if these values contain percentages?

Borders can thankfully not be percentages.
This leaves the question of padding. I'd assume things would work the same as for percentages elsewhere for tables:

- During first pass, ignored as `auto` (here means 0px)
- Then when the distribution has happened and cells have their final sizes, padding is accounted for in the final layout, possibly causing the content of the cells to overflow.

https://wptest.center/#/nm1qw4 written with this assumption passes in both chromium and gecko

Now, where do we want to specify this behavior explicitly in the text? in the definition of cell intrinsic offset for the part about considering percentages as 0, and then one more note somewhere to mention the values are used when doing final cell layout?

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