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From: Thomas Garrison <Webmaster@LTCreations.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2005 17:02:36 -0700
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The "text-justify: newspaper;" has been dropped, apparently, in favor 
of using either number values or various new other new values. However, using
text-align: justify;
text-justify: newspaper; (or using any of the new named values)
with any of the named values, or the "old" newspaper value, the CSS 
Validator reports
"Property text-justify doesn't exist : newspaper" (or any of the new 
named values).

Is the validator database simply not updated? Or is there another 
issue I've clearly overlooked?

Thank you.

<mailto:Webmaster@LTCreations.com>Thomas Garrison
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