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2170Re: [XSL-FO] Common sense vs. verbatim interpretation of the specification

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  • G. Ken Holman
    Aug 24 5:38 AM
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      At 2002-08-24 08:05 +0500, David Tolpin wrote:
      > > >If the spec means that basic-link should propagate hot areas to all
      > > >_contained_ areas, not just to _containing_ ones, then it should
      > > >be worded as such,
      > >
      > > Yet so many in the industry are expecting the entire contents of the basic
      > > link to be hot (i.e. the contained areas) and not just the basic link
      > (i.e.
      > > the containing area).
      > >
      >
      >Should footnotes anchored inside a basic-link be hot?

      Why not? But I take your point, and it is a good one. Indeed one could
      make the argument for only normally flowed areas, but again only based on
      common sense and not on the reading of the specification.

      I'm anxious to see what the errata will have to say (as yet empty):

      http://www.w3.org/2001/10/REC-XSL-20011015-errata

      Thanks, David,

      .................... Ken


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