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<meta name="assert" content="Here's a multicol container with four lines, and a widows requirement of 2. We cannot honor that requirement, because the third line alone is too tall to fit in a column.">
.multicol {
position: relative;
columns: 3;
column-fill: auto;
column-gap: 10px;
width: 320px;
height: 200px;
orphans: 1;
widows: 2;
column-rule: 1px dotted;
line-height: 20px;
.ibk {
display: inline-block;
width: 70px;
There should be three columns below. In the first column there should be a
black rectangle and a yellow rectangle. In the second column there should be a
cyan rectangle. In the third column there should be a hotpink rectangle.</p>
<div class="multicol">
<div class="ibk" style="height:50px; background:black;" data-offset-x="0"></div><br>
<div class="ibk" style="height:50px; background:yellow;" data-offset-x="0"></div><br>
<div class="ibk" style="height:285px;" data-offset-x="110">
<!-- The implementations differ here. Gecko lets the inline-block overflow
the column, while Blink slices the inline-block and puts what doesn't
fit in the second column into the third. Blink has a bug, but that's
not the bug we want to test here. -->
<div style="height:100px; background:cyan;"></div>
<div class="ibk" style="height:10px; background:hotpink;" data-offset-x="220"></div><br>
<script src="/resources/testharness.js"></script>
<script src="/resources/testharnessreport.js"></script>
<script src="/resources/check-layout-th.js"></script>