Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-scoping] Handling global name-defining constructs in shadow trees (#1995)

>  This means that reading and writing the value back into .style is *not* a no-op; it will change the used font *if and only if* there's a name collision in font families.

I don't get this. Could you write up a concrete example in which this is problematic?

As far as I know, `` would only return the inline style declaration of `element`. It won't contain any inherited value. Any `font-family` in an inline style declaration which appears within a shadow tree refers to the scope of the shadow tree. So I don't get what you're talking about here.

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