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Minutes San Diego August 2012: Writing Modes, Lists and Counter Styles, Case-sensitivity and Normalization

By fantasai August 30, 2012 (Permalink)
Categories: resolutions

Writing Modes


Tab Atkins summarized what’s in the Lists module, and asked for feedback:

Case-sensitivity and Normalization

See summary of the issue. Resolved: User-defined identifiers in CSS are case-insensitive, insensitivity of a type TBD, but where the type of case comparison allows for atomization and hashing via a single up-front conversion.

Counter Styles

Resolved: Move @counter-style rule and symbols() function to the Counter Styles module. Retain in that spec the 2.0, 2.1 and the six way cjk-ideographic split (which is marked at-risk). Move rest of counter styles to a registry on W3C wiki.

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