ISSUE-152: First-line Alignment

First-line Alignment

State:
CLOSED
Product:
CSS3 Text
Raised by:
Elika Etemad
Opened on:
2011-01-11
Description:
It's been requested that the alignment of poetry be supported so that the first line of each line is left-aligned, and the others right-aligned.

"Libro de buen amor" by Juan Ruiz on page 118 exhibits this:
http://books.google.com/books?id=NrmD2l3z0s4C

Related Actions Items:
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Related emails:
  1. CSS-ISSUE-152: Spanish Poetry Alignment [CSS3 Text] (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2011-01-11)

Related notes:

This could be combined as multiple values in text-align; this would give better results during the cascade than having a separate text-align-first property.

Elika Etemad, 2 Mar 2011, 00:20:50

Changelog:

Created issue 'Spanish Poetry Alignment' nickname owned by Elika Etemad on product CSS3 Text, description 'It's been requested that the alignment of poetry be supported so that the first line of each line is left-aligned, and the others right-aligned.

"Libro de buen amor" by Juan Ruiz on page 118 exhibits this:
http://books.google.com/books?id=NrmD2l3z0s4C

[will send to www-style soon]
' non-public

Elika Etemad, 11 Jan 2011, 23:41:54

title changed to 'First-line Alignment'

Elika Etemad, 2 Mar 2011, 00:20:50

Description changed to 'It's been requested that the alignment of poetry be supported so that the first line of each line is left-aligned, and the others right-aligned.

"Libro de buen amor" by Juan Ruiz on page 118 exhibits this:
http://books.google.com/books?id=NrmD2l3z0s4C

'

Elika Etemad, 2 Mar 2011, 00:20:50

Status changed to 'closed'

Elika Etemad, 9 Mar 2011, 06:08:35


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