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Load testcase, which has two auto-sized multicol elements as flex items in a vertical flex container.
NOTE: The multicol elements are identical except for in their "align-self" values.
- the orange one has "align-self: stretch;" (default)
- the purple one has "align-self: flex-end;"
EXPECTED RESULTS: They should have the same height, since they only differ on "align-self", and the flexbox spec has us resolve the main-size (the height, in this case) before we take "align-self" into consideration.
ACTUAL RESULTS: Their heights are different.
For reference, see this www-style thread where I asked for clarification on this:
Tab and I agree that Webkit renders the purple flex item correctly, but the orange one incorrectly. (it should be as tall as the purple one)
Tested using google chrome dev channel:
Version 23.0.1271.10 dev
(In reply to comment #0)
> Tab and I agree that Webkit renders the purple flex item correctly, but the orange one incorrectly. (it should be as tall as the purple one)
I expect we have lots of multicol/flexbox bugs. We really haven't done any testing of the intersection of the two. :(
This intersection is sketchy anyway, since officially "width: max-content" isn't defined for multicols yet (we'll define it at <http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css3-sizing/#multicol-intrinsic> eventually).
But our behavior is inconsistent, which is incorrect regardless of the eventual definition of max-content. (However, it appears that Firefox's behavior for max-content is the best one.)