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What's up with this text wrapping? It would be nice if more than one or two words fit on a line.
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Not gonna lie.
It may be cosmetic, but it's an issue to be tackled.
I investigated this further, and the root cause seems to be a deficiency in the CSS Specification Standard in regards to floats. A workaround is as follows: In the div[class='body'] element, find the longest line and, at the end of it, add a new span element of the form:
<span style="display: inline-block; width: 430px;"></span>
Replace 430px with the maximum width (including border, padding, and margin) of the div[class='post-file'] element (i.e., the element with float='left'). For YouTube embeds, this is 430px. For OP images, it is 285px. For reply images, it is 255px.
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this… actually looks like a very good fix. the tech staff has been discussing it with me… and they are very impressed, anon.
thank you so much for your help!