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Re: Comments for PR-MathML2-20010108

From: David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 10:54:04 GMT
Message-Id: <200101291054.KAA02072@penguin.nag.co.uk>
To: lesch@w3.org
CC: www-math@w3.org

Susan,
Confirmation that I've implemented some more of your corrections.
Thanks, as ever, for the careful reading.

David


> Globally, "whitespace" is two words, "white space"
> (see http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml#sec-white-space).

Hmm perhaps.

> Also globally, "braces" are "curly brackets," 

Brace is a widely used name for this character, including the TeX name
for it and one of the MathML entity names (&lbrace;). It seems perfectly
OK to use the same name in text the characters are called that in MathML
code. 

> and "blanks" are "spaces"

hmm perhaps:-)




> 2.4.4.3 par. 2
> stylesheets
> style sheets

XSL consistently writes this as one word, CSS consistently writes it as
two. MathML interfaces with both of these, so it isn't always easy to be
consistent.




> D.1.2 MathMLContainer and D.1.3.3 MathMLPresentationContainer
> arbitarily
> arbitrarily

done



> D.1.3.4 MathMLMultiScriptsElement setSubScriptAt return value
> chlid
> child

done


> G.
> 
> Rules desling with
> Rules dealing with

done


> 5.1 par. 6
> style-sheet
> style sheet

done (despite the above comment:-)

> 5.2.1 par. 4
> somtimes
> sometimes

done

> 5.3.3 par. 1
> accomodate
> accommodate

done



> 5.4.3 par. 2
> frought
> fraught

done

> 5.4.3 last par.
> style-sheet
> style sheet

done


> 8.1.2.2 par. 1
> usefullness
> usefulness

done

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