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From: Ian Hickson via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2008 09:33:31 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1K75f1-00058w-Kz@lionel-hutz.w3.org>

Update of /sources/public/html5/spec
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv18978

Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
Jiggle height/width around so that width comes first, and a minor correction... (credit: pt) (whatwg r1774)

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/html5/spec/Overview.html,v
retrieving revision 1.963
retrieving revision 1.964
diff -u -d -r1.963 -r1.964
--- Overview.html	13 Jun 2008 09:25:54 -0000	1.963
+++ Overview.html	13 Jun 2008 09:33:29 -0000	1.964
@@ -15489,42 +15489,44 @@
    contain the video represent nothing.
 
   <p>The <dfn id=adjusted>adjusted aspect ratio</dfn> of a video is the ratio
-   of its intrinsic width to its intrinsic height. The intrinsic height of a
-   video is the height given by the resource itself. If the video's <a
-   href="#pixel0">pixel ratio override</a>'s is <i>none</i>, then the video's
-   intrinsic width is the width given by the resource itself. If the video
-   has a <a href="#pixel0">pixel ratio override</a> other than <i>none</i>,
-   then the intrinsic width of the video is the width given by the resource
-   itself, divided by the pixel ratio given by the resource itself,
-   multiplied by the video's <a href="#pixel0">pixel ratio override</a>.
+   of its intrinsic width to its intrinsic height.
 
-  <p>If the resource doesn't give an explicit height, then user agents should
-   assume that the height of each pixel of the video data is exactly one CSS
-   pixel. If the resource doesn't give an explicit width, then user agents
-   should assume that the width of each pixel of the video data is exactly
-   one CSS pixel multiplied by the resource's pixel ratio. If the resource
-   doesn't give an explicit pixel ratio, then user agents should assume that
-   the pixel ratio is 1.0.
+  <p>If the video's <a href="#pixel0">pixel ratio override</a>'s is
+   <i>none</i>, then the video's intrinsic width is the width given by the
+   resource itself. If the video has a <a href="#pixel0">pixel ratio
+   override</a> other than <i>none</i>, then the intrinsic width of the video
+   is the width given by the resource itself, divided by the pixel ratio
+   given by the resource itself, multiplied by the video's <a
+   href="#pixel0">pixel ratio override</a>. If the resource doesn't give an
+   explicit width, then user agents should assume that the width of each
+   pixel of the video data is exactly one CSS pixel multiplied by the
+   resource's pixel ratio. If the resource doesn't give an explicit pixel
+   ratio, then user agents should assume that the pixel ratio is 1.0.
 
-  <p>User agents may adjust the intrinsic height and width of the video to
+  <p>The intrinsic height of a video is the height given by the resource
+   itself. If the resource doesn't give an explicit height, then user agents
+   should assume that the height of each pixel of the video data is exactly
+   one CSS pixel.
+
+  <p>User agents may adjust the intrinsic width and height of the video to
    ensure that each pixel of video data corresponds to at least one device
    pixel, so long as this doesn't affect the <a href="#adjusted">adjusted
    aspect ratio</a> (this is especially relevant for pixel ratios that are
    less than 1.0).
 
-  <p>The intrinsic height of a <code><a href="#video1">video</a></code>
-   element's playback area is the intrinsic height of the video resource, if
-   that is available; otherwise it is the intrinsic height of the resource
+  <p>The intrinsic width of a <code><a href="#video1">video</a></code>
+   element's playback area is the intrinsic width of the video resource, if
+   that is available; otherwise it is the intrinsic width of the resource
    given by the <code title=attr-video-poster><a
    href="#poster">poster</a></code> attribute, if that is available;
-   otherwise it is 150 CSS pixels.
+   otherwise it is 300 CSS pixels.
 
-  <p>The intrinsic width of a <code><a href="#video1">video</a></code>
-   element's playback area is the intrinsic width of the video resource, if
+  <p>The intrinsic height of a <code><a href="#video1">video</a></code>
+   element's playback area is the intrinsic height of the video resource, if
    that is available; otherwise it is the intrinsic height of the resource
    given by the <code title=attr-video-poster><a
    href="#poster">poster</a></code> attribute, if that is available;
-   otherwise it is 300 CSS pixels.
+   otherwise it is 150 CSS pixels.
 
   <p class=note>The image given by the <code title=attr-video-poster><a
    href="#poster">poster</a></code> attribute is not affected by the pixel
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