[Greasemonkey] firefox weirdness (namespace conflicts?)
kokogiak at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 17:32:57 EDT 2005
I accidentally discovered one day that Mozilla will support a DIV with
a styled width of 71582788 pixels (will create the scrollbar and
render correctly). But if you go any higher, (even 71582789 px) the
block element display goes away and the width defaults to 100%
I figured out that 71582788 dec = 4444444 hex, but couldn't puzzle out
what, if anything that meant.
On 7/28/05, Aaron Boodman <zboogs at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have encountered things like this before.
> Back in the day this guy asked me if there were any maximum number of
> ypSlideOutMenus instances. I said no with the classic programmer
> reasoning: ypSlideOutMenus supports all three numbers: 0, 1, and n.
> It turns out that way down in the bowells of IE there was a limitation
> on the number of <style> tags that could be created with
> document.write(). The number was 53.
> Strangest thing ever.
> In any case, if anybody else starts reporting this, I'll look into it.
> Otherwise, I'm afraid it's low priority :-).
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