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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-text] cursive shaping breaks needs better scoping (#698)

From: r12a via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2018 15:11:56 +0000
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> @jfkthame Right, but @r12a seems to be challenging that decision so wanted to ask your opinion.

Not correct. @jfkthame said earlier

> The WG decided several years ago that **non-zero** margins/borders/padding should interrupt shaping at inline boundaries;

(my emphasis) which is fine by me.  I was only suggesting that **zero** m/b/p should not interrupt, but i think i'm fine breaking for any m/b/p – particularly now that i know that the outline property can be used for drawing around things. (see above)

The i18n WG will keep our tracker issue open until we've seen the edited text.  Btw, it would be nice if you could briefly summarise the conclusions reached (preferably before closing the issue), wrt the other aspects.

PS: Please don't open another issue to continue this discussion. Apart from a small but mostly relevant digression into first-letter, i don't see any salad. The really useful thing about github issue threads is that you don't have to go chasing all over the place to find the discussion about a particular topic/request.


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