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Subject: <draw:id> (ODF 1.2CD01)
Dear all, 18.194 draw:id ----b The draw:id attribute assigns a number to a glue point. See 9.3.16. This number occurs within the draw:start-glue-point and draw:end-glue-point attributes of a <draw:connector> element. The ids 0 to 3 are reserved for the 4 standard glue points that most drawing objects have. The glue points are numbered clockwise, starting at the top left corner of the shape. The draw:id attribute further assigns an ID to a drawing shape or a drawing page. ----e * "The ids 0 to 3 are reserved" -- these are not (in XML) IDs (we are told this attribute "assigns an ID") * The schema defines this attribute as having type NCName, not type ID. * What is meant by "most drawing objects". * What is the "top left corner" of the shape, for shapes like diamonds and circles? * It is not clear how this attribute *both* enumerates a "glue point" *and* identified a shape (this is the meaning of "further assigns", no?); please provide clarifying text and/or an example. It appears this element is badly overloaded and redundant. Please rectify this poor design by removing/renaming it. - Alex.