From: Robert Miner <RobertM@dessci.com>

Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 11:55:21 -0600

Message-Id: <200401301755.i0UHtLm27525@wisdom.geomtech.com>

To: Vincent.Quint@inria.fr

Cc: www-math@w3.org, Vincent.Quint@inrialpes.fr

Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 11:55:21 -0600

Message-Id: <200401301755.i0UHtLm27525@wisdom.geomtech.com>

To: Vincent.Quint@inria.fr

Cc: www-math@w3.org, Vincent.Quint@inrialpes.fr

Hi Vincent. > But, reading the spec further, section 7.1.2 "The Top-Level math Element", > 3rd paragraph says: > "The math element can contain an arbitrary number of children schemata. > The children schemata render by default as if they were contained in an > mrow element." > (here, I suppose that "schemata" means "elements", and that "children" > means the same as "direct sub-expression" in section 3.2.5.8.2). > > This seems to be in favor of Amaya. > > Is my reasoning right? Or should Amaya do the same as Mozilla? Amaya is correct: the parentheses should stretch to cover the height of the fraction. As you deduced, this is because of the text you cited. In general, most MathML elements that accept an arbitrary number of children treat their children as if they were enclosed in a "inferred mrow". The <math> element is one case of this. --Robert ------------------------------------------------------------------ Dr. Robert Miner RobertM@dessci.com MathML 2.0 Specification Co-editor 651-223-2883 Design Science, Inc. "How Science Communicates" www.dessci.com ------------------------------------------------------------------Received on Friday, 30 January 2004 12:48:12 UTC

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