[whatwg] Use of 'direction' of canvas element
ian at hixie.ch
Tue Aug 5 02:17:01 PDT 2008
On Fri, 13 Jun 2008, L. David Baron wrote:
> has the following bullet point:
> # Form a hypothetical infinitely wide CSS line box containing a
> # single inline box containing the text text, with all the
> # properties at their initial values except the 'font' property of
> # the inline element set to font and the 'direction' property of
> # the inline element set to the 'direction' property of the canvas
> # element. [CSS]
> This should describe what to do if the canvas element is not in a
> document (and therefore has no 'direction').
> It should probably fall back to 'ltr' as a last resort.
> However, as an intermediate step, it might be worth falling back to
> the direction property of the root element (if present) of the
> canvas element's ownerDocument.
I've made it depend on the 'dir' attribute of the <cavnas> element if the
CSS property doesn't have a defined computed value.
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