Thanks for the quick response!
After reading your proposal of 12.03.2018, it certainly is
clearer than the present text and removing the references to NN
won't detract from that.
By separate email, I will ask the TC for approval of your
The mentioned areas
are illustrated in NN. "
suggesting as an
alternative to "environment" --- context
reasoning that the
rules vary depending upon the context of the use.
Hope you are having
a great weekend!
On 05/26/2018 06:55 PM, Regina Henschel
Patrick Durusau schrieb am 26.05.2018 um 23:31:
It was in response to this issue that you began drafting the
terminology, to improve our descriptions here and elsewhere in
I realize we have turned aside to other issues and am wondering
realistically we can review and approve the page layout
Or will that degree of clarity have to wait for the next
Realizing it isn't simply approving a consistent terminology but
integrating it into the current text.
My proposal for issue OFFICE-3854 is attached to my e-mail of
12.03.2018. The proposal is complete besides the fact, that it
refers to the terminology document in two places as "The mentioned
areas are illustrated in NN." Do you think, that the text is exact
enough without the illustrations and do we agree on the term
"content-area"? We have not yet discussed my proposal.
I think, that we do not get the complete illustration-document
discussed in time. There are not only terms to be discussed, but
there are problems in regard of width and height. For example,
does svg:width of a draw:frame include border and padding, which
are defined in the frame style? Or does svg:width of a frame gives
the width of the content-area, which e.g might be filled by an
And the behavior of margin, border, padding and shadow of
characters (=OFFICE-3873) is unsolved. There the problem is, that
CSS (used in HTML and EPUB) is different from the behavior of Word
and therefore a simple reference to CSS is not usable, but we need
an own specification and illustration.
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