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> Here's one example that's been open since Chrome 3

I'm not sure that pointing out a "known WebKit bug" (as stated in the linked issue) affecting Chrome for which the Chromium team has a patch that apparently hasn't been implemented upstream is the best example of a problem with the "post on the Chrome/Blink tracker and get the issue fixed" approach, given that that approach was offered as an approach to take to deal with issues arising after Chrome splits from WebKit specifically to stop being constrained by WebKit from making changes.




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