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Re: SVG12: 'display' trait

From: Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@MIT.EDU>
Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2005 14:10:39 -0400
Message-ID: <42A4919F.5050103@mit.edu>
To: Ola Andersson <Ola.Andersson@ikivo.com>
CC: derhoermi@gmx.net, www-svg@w3.org, WG SVG <w3c-svg-wg@w3.org>

Ola Andersson wrote:
> The table [referring to the ‘display’ entry in the table that you 
> referred to] shows the recommended values in the SVG context. However, 
> the list of values that can be set is the same as the list of valid 
> values for the 'display' 
> <file:///D:\w3c\WWW\Graphics\SVG\Group\repository\spec\mobile\1.2\1.2NG\master\painting.html#DisplayProperty> 
> property in markup (see the Controlling visibility 
> <file:///D:\w3c\WWW\Graphics\SVG\Group\repository\spec\mobile\1.2\1.2NG\master\painting.html#VisibilityControl> 
> section). In the SVG context, the returned value for 'display' 
> <file:///D:\w3c\WWW\Graphics\SVG\Group\repository\spec\mobile\1.2\1.2NG\master\painting.html#DisplayProperty> 
> is limited to 'inline' and 'none' because implementations further 
> normalize the computed value.

I'm not sure I understand what "further normalize the computed value" 
is.  Does this means that DOM2 getComputedStyle always returns either 
"none" or "inline" for SVG?  Does this mean that if I have the following 
markup (with the "svg" and "html" namespace prefixes being the SVG and 
XHTML namespace respectively):

   <html:html style="display: inherit" />

then the computed (and hence used) value of the "display" property of 
the <html:html /> will be "inline"?

If this is not what this language means, then what does it mean?  If it 
is, then this is directly contradicting the CSS specification....

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