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Re: Emphasizing STRIKE

From: Leif Halvard Silli <lhs@malform.no>
Date: Thu, 07 Feb 2008 19:02:24 +0100
Message-ID: <47AB47B0.4060500@malform.no>
To: gonchuki <gonchuki@gmail.com>
CC: public-html@w3.org

gonchuki 08-02-07 16.27:   
> On Feb 7, 2008 1:04 PM, Leif Halvard Silli <lhs@malform.no> wrote:
> >
> > Chasen Le Hara 08-02-07 07.19:   
> > > In Bugzilla, a reference to a bug that has been resolved is linked and
> > > stricken through 
> > I think you have brought up a very good usecase for STRIKE here.  Here
> > the stricken text represent the very reference to the bug.
>   
> A resolved bug won't appear in the next release of the "known issues"
> document, thus it has been actually <del>eted from it, plus, a
> resolved bug always contains a date and time, fitting perfectly with
> the datetime attribute from the <del> element.
>   

It seeems as if you are associating freely ;-)

> But what's more important, resolved bugs could be either marked with a
> line-through, with a tick icon to the left, set with display: none or
> whatever the designer chooses it to be, you may even want to leave
> resolved bugs with the same visual appearance as an open bug since you
> are on the "resolved bugs" section of the file, then tell me how a
> <strike> that implies visual representation can be useful in such
> scenarios

The meaning of 'strike' is 'invalid(ated)'. Instead of keeping an 
database of all resolved bugs in the the stylesheet - as Thomas Broyer 
suggested, one could mark up each resolved/invalid bug as 
stricken/invalid, and then use CSS to give the bugs the relevant 
attention, based upon the context these bugs appears in.
-- 
leif halvard silli
Received on Thursday, 7 February 2008 18:03:05 GMT

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