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[Bug 9887] parsing algorithm should allow HTML content in MathML <annotation-xml>

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--- Comment #5 from Simon Pieters <simonp@opera.com>  2010-06-17 09:35:14 ---
> I can not see why you call this a hack, this is the intended usage of the
element

> Yes that is the default behaviour for the css profile and more or less the
default behaviour for the full mathml as well

If the intended usage of annotation-xml is to render SVG, then why is
annotation-xml display:none?

If annotation-xml is intended for embedding stuff that's not supposed to be
rendered, then it's not appropriate to put SVG in there.

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