Re: [css-text] E: Follow-up on Balance Text Proposal

I could also use this, as well as a “reverse” version of the common text-wrap, where, instead of filling each line of text from first to last, the last line of text is filled first, then the second-to-last, and finally the remainder gets placed on the first line.

(This would be used in text that gets placed on a “shelf”, where I’d like more text on the bottom line and less text on the top line)

Bobby Mozumder
FutureClaw Magazine

On Oct 9, 2014, at 1:38 PM, Tab Atkins Jr. <> wrote:

> On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 9:49 AM, Greg Whitworth <> wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> Randy Edmunds made the Balance Text Proposal a while back, which goes hand in hand with a polyfill.
>>> Balanced headlines are of paramount importance by designers here at The Times. We've employed the polyfill on a site we launched today, and will be using it in the future to fill this need.
>>> I'd love to see this standardized in CSS spec.
>> I have added the [css-text] to the subject so it gets archived accordingly.
> Your plain-text forward lost some useful context links in the email:
> [Balance Text Proposal]:
> [polyfill]:
> [a site we launched today]:
> ~TJ

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