Re: [CSS3 Ruby] i18n comment 2: display: rp value

* wrote:

>The rp element has to be correctly handled by XML markup also, not just
>XHTML, so there should be an rp value for display in section 3.1.

>Whether the rp text is displayed or not is down to whether or not the
>user agent supports ruby - if it does, it should automatically hide rp
>elements by default.

I do not really understand your comment here. Only XHTML has an <rp>
element, and if the user agent does not support ruby, the rules for
supporting ruby in the CSS Level 3 Ruby module don't really apply.
When would an author use `display: rp` as mentioned it in the subject?
Specifically, instead of <>?
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Received on Wednesday, 19 September 2007 14:18:19 UTC