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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 05
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 06
    • Component/s: Styles
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    • Proposal:
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      "..a font used by the author of a document." -> "...a font used in a document."

      Lose list formatting - delete "Additional font descriptor attributes.

      second paragraph becomes:

      OpenDocument font face declarations directly correspond to the @font-face font description of [CSS2] §15.3.1 and the <font-face> element of [SVG] §20.8.3.

      first list paragraph becomes an ordinary paragraph and reads:

      OpenDocument font face declarations may have an unique name. This name can be used inside styles as value of the style:font-name attribute to select a font face declaration. If a font face declaration is referenced by name, the font matching algorithms for selecting a font declaration based on the font-family, font-style, font-variant, font-weight and font-size descriptors are not used but the referenced font face declaration is used directly. (See §15.5 [CSS2])

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      "..a font used by the author of a document." -> "...a font used in a document." Lose list formatting - delete "Additional font descriptor attributes. second paragraph becomes: OpenDocument font face declarations directly correspond to the @font-face font description of [CSS2] §15.3.1 and the <font-face> element of [SVG] §20.8.3. first list paragraph becomes an ordinary paragraph and reads: OpenDocument font face declarations may have an unique name. This name can be used inside styles as value of the style:font-name attribute to select a font face declaration. If a font face declaration is referenced by name, the font matching algorithms for selecting a font declaration based on the font-family, font-style, font-variant, font-weight and font-size descriptors are not used but the referenced font face declaration is used directly. (See §15.5 [CSS2] )
    • Resolution:
      Hide

      "..a font used by the author of a document." -> "...a font used in a document."

      Lose list formatting - delete "Additional font descriptor attributes.

      second paragraph becomes:

      OpenDocument font face declarations directly correspond to the @font-face font description of [CSS2] §15.3.1 and the <font-face> element of [SVG] §20.8.3.

      first list paragraph becomes an ordinary paragraph and reads:

      OpenDocument font face declarations may have an unique name. This name can be used inside styles as value of the style:font-name attribute to select a font face declaration. If a font face declaration is referenced by name, the font matching algorithms for selecting a font declaration based on the font-family, font-style, font-variant, font-weight and font-size descriptors are not used but the referenced font face declaration is used directly. (See §15.5 [CSS2])

      Show
      "..a font used by the author of a document." -> "...a font used in a document." Lose list formatting - delete "Additional font descriptor attributes. second paragraph becomes: OpenDocument font face declarations directly correspond to the @font-face font description of [CSS2] §15.3.1 and the <font-face> element of [SVG] §20.8.3. first list paragraph becomes an ordinary paragraph and reads: OpenDocument font face declarations may have an unique name. This name can be used inside styles as value of the style:font-name attribute to select a font face declaration. If a font face declaration is referenced by name, the font matching algorithms for selecting a font declaration based on the font-family, font-style, font-variant, font-weight and font-size descriptors are not used but the referenced font face declaration is used directly. (See §15.5 [CSS2] )

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      First paragraph - "..a font used by the author of a document." -> "...a font used in a document."

      Second bullet item in list: "Additional font descriptor attributes" ? Such as?

      Looking at SVG, it looks like we are short a few.

      Additional issues:

      Extension: to have a unique name? Why is that an extension to either CSS2 or SVG?

      BTW, all references to external standards should be in the form: [standard] section. Here we have [standard]. (see section ##) - very confusing.

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            • Assignee:
              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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