[dev-context] wrong css attr.

luigi scarso luigi.scarso at gmail.com
Sat Mar 3 07:12:09 CET 2012


On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 12:13 AM, Hans Hagen <pragma at wxs.nl> wrote:

> On 2-3-2012 22:34, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
>
>> On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 17:28, luigi scarso wrote:
>>  >  On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 5:20 PM, Hans Hagen wrote:
>>  >>
>>  >>  On 2-3-2012 11:39, luigi scarso wrote:
>>  >>>
>>  >>>  Errata
>>  >>>  itemgroup[symbol="5"] { list-style-type : circ ; }
>>  >>>  itemgroup[symbol="A"] { list-style-type : alpha ; }
>>  >>>  itemgroup[symbol="G"] { list-style-type : upper-greek ; }
>>  >>>
>>  >>>  Corrige
>>  >>>  itemgroup[symbol="5"] { list-style-type : circle ; }
>>  >>>  itemgroup[symbol="A"] { list-style-type : upper-alpha ; }
>>  >>>  itemgroup[symbol="G"] { list-style-type : upper-roman ; }
>>  >>>
>>  >>>  Note
>>  >>>  upper-greek  doesn't exist
>>  >>
>>  >>
>>  >>  hm, I is upper-roman ... is there no way to get greek?
>>  >>
>>  >>  Hans
>>  >
>>  >  Not with list-style-type --- maybe list-style-image as svg ?
>>  >
>>  >  http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/**generate.html#propdef-list-**style-type<http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/generate.html#propdef-list-style-type>
>>
>>  From http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-**lists/<http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-lists/>
>> :
>>
>> Issue: According to a native Greek speaker, the lower-greek and
>> upper-greek styles aren't actually used. I've removed upper-greek for
>> now, but kept lower-greek because CSS2.1 included the keyword. Do
>> these have actual use-cases?
>>
>> @counter-style lower-greek {
>>         type: alphabetic;
>>         glyphs: '\3B1' '\3B2' '\3B3' '\3B4' '\3B5' '\3B6' '\3B7' '\3B8'
>>  '\3B9' '\3BA' '\3BB' '\3BC' '\3BD' '\3BE' '\3BF' '\3C0' '\3C1' '\3C3'
>>  '\3C4' '\3C5' '\3C6' '\3C7' '\3C8' '\3C9';
>>         /* 'α' 'β' 'γ' 'δ' 'ε' 'ζ' 'η' 'θ' 'ι' 'κ' 'λ' 'μ' 'ν' 'ξ' 'ο'
>> 'π' 'ρ' 'σ' 'τ' 'υ' 'φ' 'χ' 'ψ' 'ω' */
>>         /* This style is only defined because CSS2.1 has it.  It
>> doesn't appear to actually be used in Greek texts. */
>> }
>>
>> (However there is lower-serbo-croatian and upper-serbo-croation,
>> lower-macedonian and upper-macedonian. I should ask for
>> lower-slovenian and upper-slovenian ;)
>>
>
> I have no problem adding them but you have to key them in.
>
>
>  You need to ask Thomas about his opinion, but I see no reason for not
>> using lowercase greek for mathematical purposes.
>>
>
> indeed. also, it's in context because someone asked for it (mkii times)
>
> In css3 we can define our style: so for example
@counter-style upper-greek {
type: non-repeating;
glyphs:
'Α','Γ','Δ','Ε','Ζ','Η','Θ','Ι','Κ','Λ','Μ','Ν','Ξ','Ο','Π','Ρ','Σ','Τ','Υ','Φ','Χ','Ψ','Ω'
;
suffix: '.';
}
(not sure if the sequence is  correct.)


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luigi
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