Hi Jonter. For the second time, a screen dump is not required. The issue is that others have been unable to reproduce the behaviour you report. That does not mean they do not understand the problem, it means they are providing you with information to use as you try to identify the source of the issue. Further, in my tests I have increased the quantity of text, plus trialled several different elements to see if that would trigger a scroll bar. I have also already trialled white-space setting, as well as character sequences without any white-space. I have also tried various positions, widths and displays, as well as making other adjustments. At this stage, the text is clipped rather than forcing a scroll bar in wnSafari5&3 with dir=rtl.
At this stage I suggest the thread move from finding reasons to include links, to trying to ascertain the cause of the issue. Again, have you tested the document with borders/outlines around the elements to confirm where the elements are being drawn, and have you inspected the document and confirmed there is absolutely no difference in the reported rendering between browsers? Finally, have you searched for information about incorrect scroll behaviour?