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[Bug 9429] Unobsolete the <strike> element - instead suggest how to use it

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--- Comment #8 from Leif Halvard Silli <xn--mlform-iua@xn--mlform-iua.no>  2010-04-14 02:37:30 ---
(In reply to comment #6)
> (regarding comment 4, maybe "indicates that the contents are no longer accurate
> or no longer relevant" would be a good summary of those semantics.)

I guess I could live with that. 

If I were to bring in another aspect, then,  "issues outside the text - which
the reader has to be aware of" comes to mind. OTOH, this can perhaps be said to
be coved by your summary, becuase: the reason why it is not  any longer
accurate or relevant, is up to the reader to understand. So the summary is
probably fine.

Btw, speech browsers: The point is to make the reader wonder why it has been
striked out. For a sighted user, then a striked out text is a little bit
awkward to read, but immediately calls the attention. I don't know if the same
can be achieved in a speech browsers.

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