Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-tables-3] Unclear definition of offset-adjusted cell measures (#5407)

> > * For table-cell boxes, the offsets-adjusted value of width properties is their computed value from which the cell’s border-{left|right}-width and/or padding-{left|right} have eventually been deduced, depending on the value of box-sizing.
> Should this say "deducted"? I'm not sure how I'm supposed to deduce anything. Some more explicit text would be nice, like "if box-sizing is border-box, this is `min-width - border-lr - padding-lr`"

Yes, it should, `deduce` is a typo ;)

> Also, are the values deducted the ones from ?

Yes, a cross-reference could be added indeed.

> > The outer min-content width of a table-cell is max(min-width, min-content width) adjusted by the cell intrinsic offsets.
> Actually, is the adjustment here addition because it's outer?

This is how I interpret this indeed.

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