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Minutes TPAC 2012 Part IV: Paged Media, Fragmentation, Regions

By fantasai November 15, 2012 (Permalink)
Categories: resolutions

Paged Media

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CSS Fragmentation

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Overflow Regions

Tab proposed focusing on the overflow method of region auto-generation, instead of working on making random elements become regions containing randomly-spliced flows. Arguments in favor were that it solves the junk-elements-in-document problem, and that the enforced one-to-siblings relationship of the overflow-regions model avoids crash-prone complexity in the layout engine. Alan countered that it can’t handle all the use cases. There was some dispute about to what extent this was true. Rossen also requested that programmability of region containers not be ignored as a requirement.

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