Re: [css3-text] Couple of word-spacing issues

On 9/28/11 12:53 PM, Lev Solntsev wrote:
> 2. Opera and IE doesn't allow the word-spacing property to shrink
> white-space less then a zero. Again there is no definition anywhere clearly says:

   Values may be negative, but there may be implementation-specific

In other words, UAs can do whatever the hell they feel like with 
negative word-spacing.

> but probably that's good idea, since different fonts have different space
> width (notably monospace fonts), and it can be unpredictable due to font
> substitution.

I guess the question here is what use cases word-spacing (esp. negative 
word-spacing) is actually used for.


Received on Wednesday, 28 September 2011 17:02:09 UTC