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SV: non-repeating list-stye-types

From: Svend Tofte <svendtofte@svendtofte.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2003 00:41:30 +0200
To: www-style@w3.org
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This made me think of something I wanted to do today.

Why isn't it possible to use a counter type, and a background image? I
wanted to put a yellow disc, behind a decimal today, but found it wasn't

My apologies, if this is in a draft somewhere, or if it has been mentioned

Svend Tofte

> circled-decimal
> In the working draft, this covers the range from 0 to 20.  However, as
> of Unicode 3.2, circled decimals from 21 to 50 are defined as well. 21
> to 35 are U+3251 to U+325F and 36 to 50 are U+32B1 to U+32BF.
> filled-circle-decimal
> In the working-draft, this covers the range from 11 to 20. However,
> these numbers are also defined from 1 to 10 as U+2776 to U+277F.
> Some other characters in the U+3200 to U+32FF range are possible
> candidates for non-repeating list types, but I am not knowledgeable
> enough about Asian scripts to say whether they should be.
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