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Re: Line Breaking Properties and the inline box model

From: David Latapie <david@empyree.org>
Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 17:37:15 +0100
Message-Id: <38DAAA24-A497-4B65-A61C-5EBE69207A78@empyree.org>
To: www-style@w3.org


Le 1 nov. 05 à 16:57, Anne van Kesteren a écrit :

> Several people inside Opera wonder how CSS interacts with the Line  
> Breaking Properties standard[1]. Especially as it defines some very  
> specific rules for displaying certain text, but does not say how  
> this interacts with CSS. If you have:
>  <span>ABC </span>]
> ... and the SPAN element has a 'border'. Is line-breaking allowed?  
> I assume it is allowed when the SPAN is set to 'display:block'.
> It seems that Internet Explorer has support for this standard (I  
> have not tested thoroughly, I heard about it today) and Opera has  
> some too. Other browsers like Firefox and Safari seem to have  
> implemented different algorithms.
> Does the CSS WG expect to address this issue?

On a related topic, Opera is the only (major?) one I know of which  
supports line-break in CSS

Example: <http://blog.empyree.org/?2005/09/29/1896->

Look for this strong

Sarkozy Ⅰer http://bix.enix.org/index.php/2005/07/30/753- 
sarkozy-1er. It has a line break, although even Mac clipboard doesn't  
recognize it.

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