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[Bug 11657] My worry is that this doesn't cover all the different kinds of textual transformations. Yes, it does cover obliqueness and weight, it does not cover letter spacing and other textual attributes that may be of some use to developers.

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--- Comment #3 from Tab Atkins Jr. <jackalmage@gmail.com> 2011-01-10 18:28:11 UTC ---
I should provide more than a +1.

Drawing arbitrary text into a canvas lets you do a lot of things, like render
text with sub/superscripts, ruby, etc.  These require either structured
rendering, like HTML+CSS would provide, or a lot more work to measure text
widths and position things yourself.

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