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Re: aligment-adjust property

From: Manuel Mall <mm@arcus.com.au>
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2005 22:58:43 +0800
To: xsl-editors@w3.org
Message-Id: <200511032258.43834.mm@arcus.com.au>

On Thu, 3 Nov 2005 04:10 am, you wrote:
> At 11:57 PM 10/31/2005, Manuel Mall wrote:
> On Tue, 1 Nov 2005 02:36 pm, Steve Zilles wrote:
> >> At 02:30 AM 9/28/2005, Manuel Mall wrote:
> >>
> Thus, the definition that is missing from the XSL specification is
> the definition of the "before-edge" of the "aligned sub-tree" that is
> being aligned. With the addition of this definition, the values of
> "before-edge" and "after-edge" make sense and do the correct thing.
Yes I agree that adding something like this to the XSL spec will address 
the issue. However, it seems to me that the omission is deliberate on 
behalf of the WG. They clearly intended to only define 
before-/after-edge for a line area and not for arbitrary aligned 
sub-trees (nested inline elements). It would be interesting to hear 
from the WG the reasoning for that decision.


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