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Status: Fixed
Closed: Jul 9
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Type: Bug

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[css-logical] -webkit- logical sizing properties should be aliases

Project Member Reported by, Jul 3

Issue description

What steps will reproduce the problem?

Chromium implements standard logical sizing properties and -webkit- prefixed ones independently, not as aliases. For example, this implies that  issue 849855  was fixed for block-size and inline-size, but -webkit-logical-height and -webkit-logical-width are still affected.

What is the expected result?

Prefixed properties should be aliases of the standard ones:
  -webkit-logical-height --> block-size
  -webkit-min-logical-height --> min-block-size
  -webkit-max-logical-height --> max-block-size
  -webkit-logical-width --> inline-size
  -webkit-min-logical-width --> min-inline-size
  -webkit-max-logical-width --> max-inline-size

What happens instead?

They are not aliases. -webkit-logical-height and -webkit-logical-width should not be affected by  issue 849855 .

Status: Available (was: Untriaged)
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Comment 2 by, Jul 5

The following revision refers to this bug:

commit 425106d9525007f9c2c4296e5bdc17124836214f
Author: Oriol Brufau <>
Date: Thu Jul 05 19:11:03 2018

[css-logical] Alias -webkit- logical sizing properties to standard ones

They were implemented as independent properties that behave identically,
except that  issue 849855  was only fixed for the standard ones.

BUG= 859879 

Change-Id: Ibc533cdc8a35b4f2d3e680a334369ddeafc427be
Reviewed-by: Anders Ruud <>
Reviewed-by: Yoav Weiss <>
Reviewed-by: Manuel Rego Casasnovas <>
Commit-Queue: Oriol Brufau <>
Cr-Commit-Position: refs/heads/master@{#572837}

Status: Fixed (was: Available)

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