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      1. Remove Note 1 from section 3.11

      2. Adapt note on 3.18 to "Note: The elements that have specific rules for the handling of white space characters are <text>, <text:h> and their child elements. 6.1.2"

      No action for the other comments. See JIRA issue OFFICE-3032 for details.

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      1. Remove Note 1 from section 3.11 2. Adapt note on 3.18 to "Note: The elements that have specific rules for the handling of white space characters are <text >, <text:h> and their child elements. 6.1.2" No action for the other comments. See JIRA issue OFFICE-3032 for details.

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      Original author: Aaron Digulla <digulla@hepe.com>
      Original date: 16 Jul 2010 13:18:12 -0000
      Original URL: http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/office-comment/201007/msg00003.html

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      1. There are a lot of entries that read "The <xyz> element is usable
      with the following elements: ..." Shouldn't that be within.

      That said, I would prefer a table here which lists the parent/child
      elements in a more readable way.

      Maybe you should even move this information into an appendix where it
      can be found in compact form instead of spreading it throughout the
      text and interrupting the flow of read.

      2. "To represent a text cursor position within a document, a
      processing instruction with PITarget opendocument (see ยง2.6 of
      [XML1.0]) should be used. The name of the cursor position processing
      instruction, cursor-position, shall follow the PITarget opendocument."
      ... Uh what? How about:

      "To represent a text cursor position within a document, use the
      processing instruction '<?opendocument cursor-position?>' (see
      PITarget). The processing instruction may have arbitrary
      implementation specific attributes."

      3. "A common view setting for is the position of the text cursor when
      saving the document." Odd sentence. How about: "Text views will
      usually use this to remember the text cursor position when saving the
      document."

      4. "Styles for a document are defined in container elements according
      to their type, common, automatic and master." ... 'common' what?

      5. "3.18White Space Processing and EOL Handling" This section says
      that some elements have special rules for handling of WS characters.
      Then there is a note about text and text:h. Is this an example? Or
      are these all elements with special WS rules? For the reader, it would
      be better to have a list of all elements (with links) which have
      special WS rules.

      6. "6.1.4<text:tab>" confuses me. Why would I want to use this element
      instead of a TAB character?

      7. "19.15.1<chart:chart>, <chart:series>" Please split this extremely
      long text into sections where you explain each chart type individually.

      8. "19.626table:embedded-number-behavior" The example image is pretty
      cluttered. I suggest to move the string/text annotations above the
      example string and the numeric annotations below plus small colored
      boxes around the parts of the example string to make it easier to
      digest.

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