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Target display lost if 'under' image

From: Chris Beall <Chris_Beall@prodigy.net>
Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2006 16:54:35 -0500
To: "Amaya bugs" <www-amaya@w3.org>
Message-ID: <NEBBJCHGALDLNHBAOEBLCEJIDBAA.Chris_Beall@prodigy.net>

Amaya 8.8.3, Windows 98 SE

Sample page:

  Show targets

When the sample page is first displayed, a target is visible just below the
first header on the page.  (This target is a named image map).

Once the image loads, the target is no longer visible.  On a local system or
using a broadband link, the target will never be visible.

This could be challenging to fix.  Since the target may not occupy any
'real' space, it's hard to know where to put it.  In this case the image map
FOLLOWS the <img>, but Amaya has placed the target icon where the TOP of the
image will be (and the structure view shows the map preceeding the image.)

If the target is to occupy the same screen real estate as the image, the
target should be displayed on top of the image, i.e. closest to the user.

Chris Beall
Received on Sunday, 5 February 2006 21:56:58 UTC

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