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[Bug 11829] parts of default stylesheet setting unicode-bidi and direction should be normative

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--- Comment #6 from KangHao Lu <kennyluck@w3.org> 2011-02-16 18:32:39 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> No, it's not about whether the browser supports CSS. The issue here, if I'm
> interpreting Aharon correctly, is that even if the browser does not support
> this CSS, it should still be required to handle the bidi controls in HTML --
> i.e. these requirements, though part of the presentation layer, should be
> normative for any UA that has a presentation layer, whether or not the
> implementation supports the relevant CSS controls.

The question is how far we want to do it. For example, I assume we want to fix
the list of elements that have 'unicode-bidi: isolate' as default for compat,
but I can see editorial difficulty if we want to write this down as
CSS-independent natural sentence. Perhaps the editor can think of a way.

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