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As I take time to use this nice js-template engine instead of create Elements on my self with jQuery, I found some strange behavior. Lets say, this is the template:
I can't explain why, but if a Browser renders this directly in HTML everthing is fine. If its rendered with Tempo, some space is generated between each element. If the CSS-Rules "float:left" or "display:inline-block" is used on these "li"s, the space become visible - but only if rendered with Tempo.
I tried the Development-Tools in Chrome, Dragonfly in Opera and Firebug in Firefox to figure out why, but the Dom-tree seems to be the same, the visible result not. After I tried this, the space disappears:
My conclusion is, that the generated "\n"-Nodes after each Element produces this strange space. It's difficult to explain this with my broken english, but i tried. It would be loveful to see you hunting this bug. I slowly become a Fan of you engine. :)
Sorry for the late reply!!! I will have a look at this!