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          Priority: medium
            Bug ID: 60708
           Summary: ASKLIBREOFFICE: Drop-down of possible duplicates
                    obscures and displaces Question text area
          Severity: normal
    Classification: Unclassified
                OS: All
          Hardware: Other
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
           Version: unspecified
         Component: WWW
           Product: LibreOffice

Created attachment 74663
Drop-down box obscures and repositions text area for Question

Per attached screenshot, the drop-down box of suggested duplicate Questions
sometimes obscures the entire text area for the user to enter a Question.

If one tries to TAB from the Title field to the Question field, then a very
bizarre behavior is exhibited in which the Question field appears to be shoved
out of the way to the right, and long lines of text extend off the screen to
the right (word-wrapping appears to be disabled).


By tweaking the text in the Title field (e.g. entering "LibreOffic" instead of
"LibreOffice"), one may complete text entry in the Question field first, then
go back and correct the Title field, add tags, and then submit the form.


As with bug 60108, I suggest that we punt on this bug until either the end of
the week or whenever the Askbot software is upgraded, whichever one comes

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