Re: [css3-text] Proposal to add "text-decoration-skip: decoration-boundary"

> If we go for spaces we might as well just write a CSS rule for u+u,
> which I think is cleaner. It would also be more consistent, in the
> sense that if we are going to use spaces between proper nouns we might
> as well mark all word boundaries with spaces, but that's not the usual
> way we write Chinese. (Personally I'm very disappointed that u got
> deprecated as "visual formatting", since for us it is semantic markup.
> But that'd be OT.)

If we go for spaces, I still think the way I mentioned in my original  
mail is the best approach:

p { letter-spacing: 1px }


This will (future tense, the browser currently doesn't implement this  
behavior but it's now speced in CSS3 Text. See test case[1]) satisfy  
the requirement that I don't want to make the space between A and B  
look abnormal. But I think this is a hack.


Received on Friday, 3 December 2010 20:19:12 UTC