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From: Richard Ishida via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 20:03:42 +0000
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Update of /sources/public/csswg/css3-ruby
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv459/css3-ruby

Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
Added health warning to beginning of section 4.1.

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/csswg/css3-ruby/Overview.html,v
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+<p class="issue"><span class="issuehead">Issue:&nbsp;</span> <strong>NOTE: The change marks in this section are proposals  that have yet to be discussed. They do not indicate an intention on the part of the working group to adopt those edits. They are made as a baseline from which to begin discussion.</strong></p>
 <p class="issue"><span class="issuehead">Issue:&nbsp;</span> I am proposing that we replace 'right' with 'bopomofo', since that was its original intended purpose and such removes potential ambiguity with 'inline' or 'before'.  Bopomofo ruby needs special handling by the implementation, if ruby is to always appear to the right. (Note that the user may also choose to position bopomofo ruby before the base, in which case they would use the normal 'before' setting.)</p>
 <p>This property is used by the parent of elements with display: ruby-text to
-control the position of the ruby text with respect to its base. Such parents
-are typically either the <samp>ruby</samp> element itself (simple ruby) or the
-<samp>rtc</samp> element (complex ruby). This assures that all parts of a <samp>rtc</samp> 
+  control the position of the ruby text with respect to its base. Such parents
+  are typically either the <samp>ruby</samp> element itself (simple ruby) or the
+  <samp>rtc</samp> element (complex ruby). This assures that all parts of a <samp>rtc</samp> 
 element will be displayed in the same position. Possible values:</p>
 <p class="issue"><span class="issuehead">Issue-107:&nbsp;</span> Roland Steiner has requested the addition of an auto value as default. See <a href="http://www.w3.org/Search/Mail/Public/advanced_search?keywords=&amp;hdr-1-name=subject&amp;hdr-1-query=ruby-position%3A+undesirable+default+value+%27before%27+for+complex+ruby&amp;hdr-2-name=from&amp;hdr-2-query=&amp;hdr-3-name=message-id&amp;hdr-3-query=&amp;period_month=&amp;period_year=&amp;index-grp=Public__FULL&amp;index-type=t&amp;type-index=www-style&amp;resultsperpage=20&amp;sortby=date">this thread</a> and <a href="http://www.w3.org/Search/Mail/Public/advanced_search?keywords=&amp;hdr-1-name=subject&amp;hdr-1-query=Styling+of+complex+Ruby&amp;hdr-2-name=from&amp;hdr-2-query=&amp;hdr-3-name=message-id&amp;hdr-3-query=&amp;period_month=&amp;period_year=&amp;index-grp=Public__FULL&amp;index-type=t&amp;type-index=public-i18n-core&amp;resultsperpage=20&amp;sortby=date">this one</a>.</p>
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