Discussion in 'Resolved Bug Reports' started by Moshe1010, Dec 29, 2013.
See what happens:
Please tell me what single word is that long?
The longest word in the English language is smiles because there is a mile between each S.
It doesn't matter how many words are in the description (after certain # of words, it should be broken to a different line, or it should have a character limit).
It does break lines. Your example includes the massive word, so the container is the width as the large word, thus, not breaking to a new line.
Edit: I got it.
But it's still shouldn't happen. You never know what words are there (not in English).
The warning below it is one continuous word.
In messages for example, there is css word-break that prevents a situation like this. I guess the same thing should be added to warnings as well.
It reminds me Apple. "It's not broken, you just doing it wrong".
On a live site a warning like that should never happen. If anyone sends a one-continuous worded warning like that, they should be given a warning themselves, as it serves no purpose.
Unless the moderators spacebar is busted I don't see this ever being a problem.
This really just needs a fixed table layout. In general, this happens already -- it's a table-specific quirk.
Separate names with a comma.