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At 08:22 3-12-2001, Max Froumentin wrote:
>Ignore them? Chris, you pushed for aural properties to go in the spec,
>why would you want them out of implementations? :^)

Hrm... more specifically, the visual back-ends should ignore them.  A PDF 
renderer like acrobat is going to have difficulty making text sound 
louder...  Since FOP has multiple back-ends, it's entirely possible that 
there would be an audio back-end at some point.

~Chris
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