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Re: [CSS3-content] [css3-lists] [css3-page] Implied counter-increment

From: L. David Baron <dbaron@dbaron.org>
Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2007 15:14:37 -0500
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <20071104201437.GA8344@ridley.dbaron.org>

On Friday 2007-11-02 21:19 -0400, fantasai wrote:
> L. David Baron wrote:
> >On Wednesday 2007-10-17 14:18 -0400, fantasai wrote:
> >>I think at this point I'm leaning towards changing the 'page' counter to 
> >>behave like
> >>the 'list-item' counter, and introducing an 'inhibit' value for 
> >>counter-increment that
> >>will cause any implied counters to not be incremented.
> >
> >What's the use case for this?  Why not just say that the implied
> >counters always increment, and if authors want something else they
> >should define their own counter that does what they want (or
> >introduce -1 increments to undo the implied ones at the same
> >points)?
> Actually, they'd want 0 increments, not -1 increments.

No, I'm saying that the implied counter would increment no matter
what the counter-increment property says, so an author who wants to
undo the increment would use -1.  (But the better way would still be
to use a different counter.)


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