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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: Issues with processing expectations of the proposedannotation element

At 09:30 26/06/2002 -0500, Paul Grosso wrote:

>* Marginalia are floating constucts which are already tricky,
>   but they are further complicated by the fact that their
>   composed locations are supposed to be vertically aligned
>   with their anchor in the flowing text.  Not only is this
>   hard to do at best, but it's not even easy to define.  For
>   example:  what is the proper alignment when you have two
>   marginalia on the same word?; what do you do when marginalia
>   anchored near the bottom of the page won't all fit on that
>   page?; what happens when the anchors for two marginalia are
>   closer together than the height of the first marginalia?, etc.

We didn't say it was easy Paul, just that it would be welcome:-)

If it needs to be constrained then so be it.

regards DaveP

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