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From: Micah Dubinko <MDubinko@cardiff.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2003 08:31:54 -0700
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Message summary for PR#72
	From: mutz@kde.org
	Subject: XForms 1.0 PR Sect. 8.3.6: meaning of <alert> element is
underspecified
	Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2003 10:51:55 -0500
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From: mutz@kde.org
To: xforms-issues@mn.aptest.com
Subject: XForms 1.0 PR Sect. 8.3.6: meaning of <alert> element is
underspecified

Full_Name: Marc Mutz
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Only in later (non-normative) examples it is shown that the content of the
<alert> element is meant as an alert to users that entered invalid input.
Although the spec mentions that rendering of this element is
implementation-defined, it should at least give a rationale on what the
content
is supposed to be used for.

Summary:
- mention that the content of the <alert> element is supposed to be
presented to
the user on invalid input.
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