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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36011] - Setting word-spacing on justified blocks removes justification
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2005 08:19:54 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From lfurini@cs.unibo.it  2005-08-04 10:19 -------
I'm not sure whether this behaviour is wrong.

The recommendation (7.16.8) states that
 "<space> 
  This allows the user to specify a range of adjustments in addition to the
  default space between words.
  The minimum and maximum values specify the limits of the adjustment."

Setting word-space="0pt" (which means .minimum="0pt", .optimum="0pt",
 .maximum="0pt") you tell the application that there is no possible space 
adjustment, so there is no way to justify the text, unless adjusting 
explicitly-set letter-spacing.

But I could just be wrong, is there any clarifying opinion?

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