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Text displayed in different lines in IE 8 and 9 instead of as lines of text. #1685

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nvaccessAuto opened this Issue Jul 22, 2011 · 3 comments

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nvaccessAuto commented Jul 22, 2011

Reported by surveyor on 2011-07-22 07:13
open the url below in IE9 http://www.radikal.com.tr/Default.aspx?aType=RadikalYazar&ArticleID=1057171&Yazar=EZG%DD%20BA%DEARAN&Date=22.07.2011&CategoryID=96

It's a commentary published in a turkish newspaper. While reading the body of the essay with NVDA, you should see that the text is unnecessaryly displayed in different lines and all the words divided.

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nvaccessAuto commented Jul 22, 2011

Comment 1 by briang1 on 2011-07-22 08:27
Although I do not speak the language, this effect is obvious in IE8 on XP as well as a quick look in firefox proves the page is displaying correctly there, with no issues.
Could this be a website issue?

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nvaccessAuto commented Jul 22, 2011

Comment 2 by briang1 on 2011-07-22 13:32
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Changed title from "Text displayed in different lines in IE9" to "Text displayed in different lines in IE 8 and 9 instead of as lines of text."

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nvaccessAuto commented Jul 22, 2011

Comment 3 by mdcurran on 2011-07-22 23:44
Fixed in c7cf3ad. Issue was that there are span elements with a display style of none between each word. But NVDA was treeting these as block nodes in line calculations, thus breaking the lines.
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Milestone changed from None to 2011.2
State: closed

@nvaccessAuto nvaccessAuto added this to the 2011.2 milestone Nov 10, 2015

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