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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36011] - Setting word-spacing on justified blocks removes justification
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2005 08:30:35 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From mm@arcus.com.au  2005-08-04 10:30 -------
Luca,

interesting point. It was my understanding from the reading of the spec that
"normal" and "0pt" are virtually the same:

For "normal": .optimum = ("the normal inter-word space, as defined by the
current font and/or the UA" - "the inline-progression-dimension of the
glyph-area obtained by formatting the fo:character") / 2, .maximum = .optimum,
.minimum = .optimum, .precedence = force, and .conditionality = discard.

For a <length>: .optimum = <length> / 2, .maximum = .optimum, .minimum =
.optimum, .precedence = force, and .conditionality = discard.

These two formulas would give the same values for length="0pt" assuming "the
normal inter-word space, as defined by the current font and/or the UA" is the
same as "the inline-progression-dimension of the glyph-area obtained by
formatting the fo:character".

But when specifying "normal" the block is properly justified.

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