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Re: [counter-styles] some more counter styles

From: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2014 14:06:52 +0000
Message-ID: <52F8DCFC.301@w3.org>
To: Xidorn Quan <quanxunzhen@gmail.com>, www-international@w3.org
Thanks for these suggestions. Before I add them to the document can you 
give me information about how and how widely these cases are used for 
counter styles?  I'm particularly curious about the date related lists. 
  Have you seen them in use? How often?  They don't really seem to be 
the same thing as other counter-styles since i can't imagine them being 
used for section numbering, and it seems rather unusual to use for list 
numbering too.

Cheers,
RI


On 01/02/2014 22:15, Xidorn Quan wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Two counter styles could be added in 'Ideographic' section:
>
> 1. parenthesized-cjk-decimal: fixed \3220 - \3229
> 2. circled-cjk-decimal: fixed \3280 - \3289
>
> One new style could be added in 'Japanese' section:
>
> 1. circled-katakana: fixed \32D0 - \32F0, \32FE
>
> Since there is no corresponding circled character for ン, it may be
> insufficient to define circled-katakana-iroha.
>
> There is three more sequences for date and time for Chinese and Japanese:
>
> 1. \32C0 - \32CB means January to December
> 2. \33E0 - \33FE means 1st - 31st day of month
> 3. \3358 - \3370 means 0 o'clock - 24 o'clock
>
> In addition, Japanese people use '月', '火', '水', '木', '金', '土', '日' for
> Monday to Sunday, which could be included as well, though I have no
> idea what the name it should be.
>
> If you decide to add the Japanese days of week, the parenthesized and
> circled version could also be appended: parenthesized: \322A - \3230,
> circled: \328A - \3290
>
> Regards,
> Xidorn Quan
>
>
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