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[Bug 3318] Clarify "within text" data category

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------- Comment #2 from ysavourel@translate.com  2006-07-08 13:15 -------
The "Elements within text" data category is text structure-oriented.
We need to clarify the definition:

Current text (http://www.w3.org/TR/its/#within-text-definition):

"The data category elements within text expresses information about how
elements should affect the flow of the content. In this context the flow of the
content represents how the nodes of the elements should be treated as a single
unit for linguistic purposes. Sometimes, a flow can be nested within another
one. The values associated with this data category are:"

Proposed text:

"The data category elements within text expresses information about how text
parts that go together from a linguistic viewpoint (e.g. sentences, or
paragraphs) are affected by elements. For example, the content of the <strong>
element in XHTML should not be separated from the text of its parent element,
in the other hand the content of the <fn> element in DITA is independent from
the content of its parent element. The values associated with this data
category are:"
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