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How to force webkit to wrap text in selects e in the second line, and just hide it? - code-flow.club | Q&A

How to force webkit to wrap text in selects e in the second line, and just hide it?


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Thanks for the cons) the thing was really in the inherited styles. If the parent specified word-wrap:break-word; select it inherits. Don't even know a feature or a bug Webkit'. Such behavior face for the first time.
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OK, later will try to make a test case
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By default, nothing moves, now checked in Chrome 5.0.375.127.
We must look styles.
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Maybe so?
\r
option { white-space: nowrap; } 
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