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The page no.s for navigation are not aligned horizontally.
The page numbers are in a <div> with width set to 50px (in the original code, they were in a table). FF and Opera preserve the spacing of the contents as laid out in the HTML code even when the contents overflow the width of the <div> whereas IE and Safari do not.
IV Other browsers:
IE7: not ok
V Nightly tested: 31238
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Created attachment 20087 [details]
nbsp is used to stop the browser from breaking a line in the wrong place.
please refer http://www.htmlbasictutor.ca/non-breaking-space.htm
nbsp is used to create whitespace with non breaking space.
as nbsp is their so
isBreakable() getting called from BreakingContext::handleText() in BreakingContextInlineHeaders.h
which calls nextBreakablePositionIgnoringNBSP() and in turn call's, isBreakableSpace() that returns treatNoBreakSpaceAsBreak and shouldBreakAfter() return false, so end of the line length will getting return as nextBreakable position and line will not break.
So this is intended behaviour..