CSS3 Text Extensions
Michel Suignard - Microsoft Corporation
This paper presents extension to the Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) being currently proposed for its third version and especially addressing globalization requirements. It particularly concentrates on the following subjects:- line breaking (East Asian, South Asian, etc...)
- ideal width adjustment (kerning, auto-spacing, punctuation trimming)
- text justification
- baseline alignment according to various writing systems
The talk will describe the proposed new properties, the application of Unicode character properties to implement many of these features, and general implementations guidelines.
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