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[Bug 10244] The processing is not defined if the <ruby> content model is violated (e.g. if there are multiple <rt> elements, more than 2 <rp> elements, mis-ordered <rp> elements, and so forth.

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Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 01:36:44 +0000
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--- Comment #12 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch>  2010-09-26 01:36:44 ---
If by "processing model" you mean "pixel-level rendering model", then that's
out of scope of the HTML spec. The CSS spec will have to define how the ruby
display values work in all combinations and with any other display types; if it
doesn't then that's a bug with that spec, not with HTML. (Any spec that
introduces new display types has to define how they work in all combinations
since it's not possible to prevent authors from constructing arbitrary
combinations.)

I would transfer this bug to the CSSWG but they don't seem to use Bugzilla.
Anne, is anyone working on that spec?

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