Much of the specified behaviour in CSS3 derives from input from the Far East. The W3C always wants to hear about requirements from other parts of the world, such as Africa. For example, is there specific behaviour associated with the wordspace character (፡) in Ethiopic that affects justification or line-breaking? If so, we would like to hear from experts in this area.

List style types provide an object lesson in this area. In the CSS 2.0 specification eight non-Latin numbering methods were specified. This was reduced to two in CSS 2.1, since there had not been two or more implementations of the others.

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