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[Bug 14574] <track> The text track cue alignment setting should map to a CSS property ('text-align')

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--- Comment #1 from Fredrik Söderquist <fs@opera.com> 2011-10-27 13:14:16 UTC ---
Currently the text track cue alignment value is only used to determine the
computed (text/x) position of a cue, so for instance a text position of 0
coupled with 'start' alignment (w/ appropriate size) will render the same as a
text position of 50 with 'middle' alignment and a size of 100.

It would seem appropriate that text track cue alignment also affect the
alignment of the text in the cue - for instance as if using 'text-align'.

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