Re: [CSSWG] Minutes and Resolutions 2010-12-01

On 4/12/2010 12:35 AM, Alan Gresley wrote:
> On 3/12/2010 2:01 AM, Brad Kemper wrote:

> I would presume vertical position wise, much like how IE9 renders it.
> Anyway, if the other implementations did what IE9 did, then the text
> would be more than contradictory since the text would appear backwards.
> Is this correct?

This is all different in rtl.


In Boris's test, Opera, IE8 and IE9, begins the run-in on the start 
(right) side of the block. Correct. In Opera, the <br> cause a split 
which show the later part of the run-in of the left of the block. Safari 
gets this wrong and places the run-in on the end (left) side of the block.

In the RTL test, Opera, IE8 and IE9 render the same where the full 
run-in text is on the start (left) side of the block which is correct 
(having direction: ltr), though the border is mangled in Opera. Safari 
show the same as with Boris's test with the run-in on the left.


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