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I first reported this change at . This is the result of a change from , which changes how the CSS properties overflow-wrap and word-wrap work. You can see the difference in the image.  is currently a discussion about whether this change should be reverted or not, so its probably a good idea to follow along and review any usage of overflow-wrap and word-wrap on the PHP website.
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Can you test what `table-layout: fixed` looks like on this Firefox alpha? It has other issues; I would definitely prefer an auto layout so the description column gets more space, but if its auto layout determines to put 3 characters per line... maybe it is the best we can do.
In my opinion, even the old behavior is a bug (see bug #66726).
In this case, it's probably a good idea to remove the description
column from the table, and to lay out the information like the ini
directive docs (e.g.
Here is what the table looks like when applying table-layout: fixed in Firefox 63 alpha https://imgur.com/a/7YIQBXl
Sorry, I forgot to apply table-layout: fixed to the Changelog table in the image in my previous comment. When appling table-layout: fixed on that table, it gets split 50/50 between the two columns.
Here is an updated image: https://imgur.com/64a3CwV
Related To: Bug #77017