Re: [css3-lists] 'glyphs' descriptor poorly named

On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 7:18 PM, John Daggett <> wrote:
> The @counter-style rule defined in CSS3 Lists specifies two descriptors,
> 'glyphs' and 'additive-glyphs'.  I think these are both namely
> inappropriately since the lists associated with these descriptors are
> lists of *characters*, not of glyphs.
> These are really lists of characters used for markers so I would instead
> suggest 'markers' and 'additive-markers' instead.
> I would like this marked as an issue in the current draft.

Hmm.  I agree that "glyphs" isn't an ideal name here, but I don't
think "markers" is either, given that they're used to *construct*
markers.  Maybe "symbols"?


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