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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 #4 from Cameron McCormack <cam@mcc.id.au> 2011-01-10 20:29:55 UTC ---
Yes, good point.  The width & height arguments should be strings, which are
parsed as CSS lengths.  They could be optional and default to 'auto'.

Another thing to consider is how style resolution would work.  Would style
rules in the document apply to the elements that are parsed from the argument? 
Would properties be inherited from somewhere (the <canvas> element, maybe)?

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