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    Google Engineer polvero's Avatar
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    if moz is ahead of times why doeesn't it support overflow-y?

    just a thought.
    seeing as how mozilla is almost constantly updating, why doesn't it support the overflow-y or overflow-x attributes in css?
    IE gets so much flak about not supporting min-width or min-height (and well over a dozen other things), why won't moz support such a simple request?

    is it considered not standard?
    arg.

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    well its supports overflow-x I am sure.
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    Probably because they are CSS 3 and not recommended for use at this time. Heck CSS 2.1 hasn't even reached Recommended Status yet.
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    Google Engineer polvero's Avatar
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    that would be cool if you could implement css 3.0 specs into your browser as extensions...but then you would lose the benefit of checking to see your webpages in normal browsers the way everyone else would see them...

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    Firefox 1.0 and Mozilla 1.8 will have overflow-x and overflow-y. Microsoft invented these, but they were useful so the W3C is adding them into CSS3, and Mozilla will have support within the next month. Be patient .


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