Edit ISSUE-145: inline-block children of flexbox

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  1. Re: [css3-flexbox] anonymous flexbox children (from jackalmage@gmail.com on 2011-02-28) (from jackalmage@gmail.com on 2011-02-28)
  2. Re: [css3-flexbox] anonymous flexbox children (from jackalmage@gmail.com on 2011-02-23) (from jackalmage@gmail.com on 2011-02-23)
  3. [CSSWG] Minutes and Resolutions Oslo F2F 2010 Tuesday: GCPM, MQ, Flexbox, Multicol, box-shadow, Publications, Future F2Fs (from fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net on 2010-08-31) (from fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net on 2010-08-31)
  4. Re: [css3-flexbox] issues resolved in FTF (from jackalmage@gmail.com on 2010-08-25) (from jackalmage@gmail.com on 2010-08-25)
  5. [css3-flexbox] issues resolved in FTF (from alexmog@microsoft.com on 2010-08-25) (from alexmog@microsoft.com on 2010-08-25)
  6. ISSUE-145: inline-block children of flexbox (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2010-08-23) (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2010-08-23)

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Resolved @FTF:
Change how non-block children of flexbox are handled
Before: all inline content (including text, inline elements, inline blocks) is wrapped in to anonymous blocks. Then these anonymous blocks become individual flexbox items.
After: only *non-replaced* inline elements are wrapped into anonymous blocks. Replaced elements (such as buttons and images) are always individual flexbox items.

Alex Mogilevsky, 25 Aug 2010, 11:17:37

Spec now says that each element (including anonymous inlines) becomes a flex item.

Elika Etemad, 19 Jan 2013, 01:13:32


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