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[Bug 11211] Need a way to force a line wrap with the bidi semantics of LINE SEPARATOR when necessary.

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--- Comment #13 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch> 2010-11-11 19:13:40 UTC ---
I talked to fantasai about this in #css earlier.

I recommend that we try using &#x2028; for now, and see where that gets us.
Since the CSS layer doesn't yet support this, there's not much we can do right
now. If &#x2028; works, then we can get the MathML WG to add a &ls; named
charref for us in the future to make it more usable. If it doesn't, we can try
to find a better solution (like a new element). I'm a little reluctant to add
an attribute to <br> for this because I can't really come up with a good name
and any name longer than three characters is longer than "&#x2028;" would be.

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