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It's annoying when web pages unexpectedly blare out audio, so I can understand why Chrome 66 changes when web pages can autoplay audio . Unfortunately this was...
The fault lies with the CSS on this page, which is confusing at best.
Firefox obeys the second line "break-all", whereas Chrome obeys the third line "break-word" which does not break words like break-all does.
-ms-word-break: break-all !important;
word-break: break-all !important;
word-break: break-word !important
I'm using Firefox and only commenting because, well, there's no polite way to say it, but if you can't "do text" correctly in a blog post, what other face-palms await in the main product? ;-)
Yeah, the web devs are aware, they should have a fix soon!