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Re: [css3-text] undefined behavior for combination of text-align/text-align-last

From: fantasai <fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net>
Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2013 21:52:53 +0900
Message-ID: <51BF06A5.1080506@inkedblade.net>
To: www-style@w3.org
On 06/17/2013 08:57 PM, John Daggett wrote:
> http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css-text/#text-align
> The 'text-align' property in CSS3 Text has a 'start end' property
> value defined as:
> # Specifies ‘start’ alignment of the first line and any line
> # immediately after a forced line break; and ‘end’ alignment of any
> # remaining lines not affected by ‘text-align-last’.
> But for the 'text-align-last' property, the default value 'auto' is
> defined as:
> # If ‘auto’ is specified, content on the affected line is aligned per
> # ‘text-align’ unless ‘text-align’ is set to ‘justify’.
> But the 'text-align-last' property has neither 'start end' or
> 'match-parent' values.  So if text-align-last is 'auto' does it behave
> like the values of 'start end' and 'match-parent'?
>    text-align: start end;
>    text-align-last: auto;
> What's the last line behavior?  Is it "affected by 'text-align-last'"
> in this case?  Note that 'start end' is defined in a way that only
> specifies behavior for lines unaffected by 'text-align-last'.

The last line behaves however the definition of 'text-align' says it behaves.
It's not saying that 'text-align-last' computes to the value of 'text-align',
it says that 'text-align's definition defines how the last line behaves.

Does that make sense?

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