Try to set "overflow: hidden !important" style property and then call style.removeProperty('overflow');
No error if thrown but still everything remains intact.
Mike, can you clarify what the expected behavior is for the test case? It seems like displaying red on button click is expected, and what the test actually verifies is getting the following console output after two clicks:
Is this accurate?
Alexey, sorry, had to explain this earlier.
The test case is: clicking a button toggles to properties - background-color: red and overflow: hidden. These properties are being set/removed on every button click.
With background-color everything is fine - it gets set to red and removed on the next click.
But with overflow there's an issue: once you set it, you cannot remove it at all. I'm getting the following output in the console:
What's expected is to remove that property (to be displayed "hidden" - "").
Seems similar to bug 49059.
Still actual for Safari 10.
Please test in the next Safari Tech Preview (20).
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> Please test in the next Safari Tech Preview (20).
WebKit Nightly is still affected so I assume next Safari TP won't change anything.
so it seems this works now (STP 72).