[whatwg] Implementation issue: step mismatch handling for <input type=range>
L. David Baron
dbaron at dbaron.org
Fri Jan 18 03:25:07 PST 2013
On Thursday 2013-01-17 20:13 +0000, Ian Hickson wrote:
> On Thu, 17 Jan 2013, Jonathan Watt wrote:
> > If the step base considered the 'minimum' instead of the 'min' content
> > attribute, then the step base would be zero, and thus the value would
> > settle at zero.
> Right, but that would be highly unlikely to make sense, because it would
> mean the value the author set was an invalid value. You shouldn't be
> forced to specify the minimum if you're already specifying a step and a
> value and the default minimum of zero is adequate.
That still seems like a surprising behavior (and it entirely
disables step constraints in a peculiar set of cases).
It would seem better to either:
* infer the step base from the minimum whenever there is a minimum,
* when inferring the step base from the default value (the value
content attribute), apply the minimum and maximum to the default
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