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[csswg-drafts] [css-conditional-3] I18n Short Review answers (#5568)

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== [css-conditional-3] I18n Short Review answers ==

Short i18n review checklist is [here](http://w3c.github.io/i18n-activity/reviews/shortchecklist)

These review answers are for [CSS Conditional Rules Module Level 3](https://drafts.csswg.org/css-conditional-3/) which allows stylesheet authors to make certain sections conditional  on support (@supports), with fallback for older browsers. This results in more robust stylesheets.

1. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) contains any natural language text that will be read by a human (this includes error messages or other UI text, JSON strings, etc, etc),_

2. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) allows content authors to produce typographically appealing text, either in its own right, or in association with graphics._


3. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) allows the user to point into text, creates text fragments, concatenates text, allows the user to select or step through text (using a cursor or other methods), etc._


4. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) allows searching or matching of text, including syntax and identifiers_

    It allows stylesheets to do  matching of implementation-supported CSS properties, values, and descriptors.

5. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) sorts text_


6. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) captures user input_


7. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) deals with time in any way that will be read by humans and/or crosses time zone boundaries_


8. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) allows any character encoding other than UTF-8._

    Same answer for all CSS specifications, [@charset](https://drafts.csswg.org/css-syntax-3/#at-ruledef-charset), which is defined in CSS Syntax, is used to declare the character encoding of a CS stylesheet.

9. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) defines markup._


10. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) deals with names, addresses, time & date formats, etc_


11. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) describes a format or data that is likely to need localization._


12. [ ] _If the spec (or its implementation) makes any reference to or relies on any cultural norms_


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