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[Bug 6606] generic 3rd-party <mark>, Smart Tags, and Accelerators prevention

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Date: Sat, 12 Sep 2009 22:06:25 +0000
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Nick Levinson <Nick_Levinson@yahoo.com> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
            Summary|generic 3rd-party <mark>,   |generic 3rd-party <mark>,
                   |Smart Tags, and Activities  |Smart Tags, and Accelerators
                   |prevention                  |prevention

--- Comment #20 from Nick Levinson <Nick_Levinson@yahoo.com>  2009-09-12 22:06:25 ---
When requiring accurate rendering by a UA, an acceptable exception would be
where the UA states on screen that it is not. This supports artistic,
experimental, and other nonstandard renderings. The ability to provide the
notice must not be subject to an on/off setting the user does not control.

Rendering that is consistent with CSS or that is subject to no UA-independent
definition anywhere (viz., in a standard or a promulgated style) should be
considered accurate if it is rendered reasonably.



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