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[css-transitions] <shadow-list> interpolation text about inset-ness is opposite what it means

From: Tab Atkins Jr. <jackalmage@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2014 08:06:14 -0700
Message-ID: <CAAWBYDC+A9rsggj9=C2LdPCT+FF-svnZjPuQv95J7n3gbJjrOw@mail.gmail.com>
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The current text defining how to interpolate <shadow-list> has the
sentence defining inset-ness exactly backwards:

> For each shadow, if one input shadow is ‘inset’ and the other is not, then the result for that shadow matches the inputs; otherwise the entire list is not interpolable.

This should instead be:

> For each shadow, if both input shadows are 'inset' or both input shadows are not 'inset', then the interpolated shadow must match the input shadows in that regard.  If any pair of input shadows has one 'inset' and the other not 'inset', the entire <shadow-list> is uninterpolable.

I'm going to go ahead and edit this, since it's a clear mistake.  Feel
free to tweak to your heart's concent afterwards, Transitions editors.

~TJ
Received on Monday, 7 July 2014 15:07:00 UTC

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