When you use the code plugin, the page width formatting is thrown off. Instead of seeing both left/right colums, the right column gets shoved off the screen and I have to scroll. This is with scroll bars already setup on the code plugin itself.
This happens when nowrap was not set.
In my checking (trunk version, but same relevant CSS as in Tiki 3 and $), almost all browsers respect the overflow:auto rule for the code plugin and don't cause the page to widen. I put a long unbroken line of text in the code plugin, and in Opera, IE, Safari (Windows), and SRWare Iron (Chromium - webkit), even this unbroken line was broken to impose a scrollbar on the code area and avoid a scrollbar on the window. Firefox was the only browser that failed at this.
If the current rules - overflow:auto, and 90% width in some themes - then all browsers will allow the long line to display unbroken and create the page-bottom scrollbar, pushing the right column out of view. As I understand it, this is the behavior reported as a bug here.
All themes define the code class codelisting with overflow: auto; but this doesn't work. Some themes set width: 90% but that only gives a horizontal bar ~10% wider than the longest code line. Gary, could you look at that? If there's no way to set the width to avoid enlarging the page, we should probably get rid of the horizontal bar.
Gary: The overflow:auto does work, if the plugin parameter wrap=1 is set, with the exception that Firefox won't break an unbroken line of text, so IMO the current behavior is appropriate. If I'm misunderstanding the problem, please file another bug request with more information.
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