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Re: [gcpm] border-parts

From: Brad Kemper <brkemper.comcast@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2008 16:00:31 -0800
Message-Id: <ABD8AFCC-8E09-45D5-9E9F-DC75541AF1BC@gmail.com>
To: Håkon Wium Lie <howcome@opera.com>
Cc: Håkon Wium Lie <howcome@opera.com>, "Tab Atkins Jr." <jackalmage@gmail.com>, "www-style@w3.org" <www-style@w3.org>

I was going to have a closer look before I replied with my thoughts,  
but haven't had time yet. Is there still a way to get a repeating  
pattern to create a dashed line effect?

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On Nov 4, 2008, at 3:12 PM, Håkon Wium Lie <howcome@opera.com> wrote:

> Also sprach Håkon Wium Lie:
>> I'm ok with dropping repeat(). As a result the proposal would be
>> simpler, which is good. Some functionality would be lost, but nothing
>> I can't live without.
>> Any opposing votes?
> Hearing no opposing votes, I've removed repeat(). A new editor's draft
> is available from:
>  http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css3-gcpm/Overview.html
> I've also added a page() value on 'float' to express "take the element
> out of the current flow and put it on a named page. Here's an example:
>  In this example, wide tables are floated to landscape pages:
>    table.wide {
>      float: page(landscape);
>    }
>  In the above code, the element is take out of the flow, which is
>  allowed to contiue on the same page. If the flow should be broken,
>  this code can be used:
>    table.wide {
>      page: landscape;
>    }
> -h&kon
>              Håkon Wium Lie                          CTO °þe®ª
> howcome@opera.com                  http://people.opera.com/howcome
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