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Re: MathML and CSS

From: White Lynx <whitelynx@operamail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 15:23:22 +0400
To: www-math@w3.org
Message-Id: <20040519112322.7890D23ABD@ws5-3.us4.outblaze.com>

Ian Hickson wrote:
> If there are indeed soe nice generic extensions to CSS then adding them to
> CSS3 would be a fine thing (although bear in mind that most UA
> implementors have indicated that they have no intention of implementing
> CSS3 any time soon). 
Agree. This is one of the reasons why at the moment 
I prefer to adopt custom XML for CSS rendereing instead 
of using MathML (another major reason is verbosity of MathML).
We keep our style sheet as close to CSS2.1 as possible [1]
(since CSS2.1 is what we will really have soon) and expect
to make them compatible with Opera, Safari and Mozilla 
(if latest will fix inline-block/box/tables related bugs [2]).
After implementation of CSS3 generated content in browsers (it is needed to 
rearrange data)  it will be possible to transfer experience gained with 
our current "CSS friendly" markup to less CSS friendly MathML (at least Presentational).

White Lynx wrote:
> and additional property value for white-space is needed.
> Something like white-space:strip; that will strip extra white-spaces from
> indented tags and will treat markup like
> 	<mi>a</mi>
> 	<mo>+</mo>
> 	<mi>b</mi>
> as <mi>a</mi><mo>+</mo><mi>b</mi>
It seems that this functionality is already present 
in CSS3 text module. So we need one property less.

[1] 	http://geocities.com/csssite/index.xml#style

[2] 	http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9458

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