Nested flex container – Flex item height issue fixed.

Nested flex container – Flex item height issue fixed.

Chrome - Nested flex container - Flex item height using a percentage appears to be broken

Chrome doesn't support percentage height values on flex items. It works fine in IE11 and MS Edge. I haven't tested any other browsers and I've not checked if percentage heights are part of the spec or not (sorry, maybe this is a non-issue).

flex: 1 0 auto

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