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CSS3 Text Module CR 14 May 2003 grammar

From: Jeremy Rand <jeremy@asofok.org>
Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 13:50:27 -0400 (EDT)
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Found a few grammar errors in the 14 May 2003 CR for CSS3 Text Module.

In the "Status of this document" section, in the sentence "It has been developed
by the CSS Working Group which is part of the Style Activity," there should
be a comma after "which."

In the "Status of this document" section, "publically" should be spelled
"publicly."

In 2., in the sentence "In both CSS1 and CSS2, text formatting has been
limited to simple effects like: text decoration, text alignment and letter
spacing," there should be a comma after "alignment."

In 2., in the sentence "The orientation which the above symbols assume in
the diagrams corresponds to the orientation that the glyphs they represent
are intended to assume when rendered in the UA (user agent)," "which" should
be "that."

In 2., in the sentence "The term 'Latin' is used frequently in this document
to designate behavior shared among popular writing scripts in Europe and
America based on the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic scripts," there should be
a comma after "Greek."

In 3.2, "The definition of the property values are established by the following
table" should say either "definition" and "is" or "defnitions" and "are."

In 4.2, in "Most values affects different type of writing systems in different
ways," "affects" should be plural ("affect").

Thanks,
Jeremy Rand
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