Victor Mote wrote:
This is a good question. The answer to the first part is that it should
return an int, representing the number of millipoints. When it cannot be
resolved, it should return an int constant TBD_LAYOUT (or whatever), which
is equal to -32,987 (or whatever). So, the Area Tree or Layout needs to then
perhaps query another "get" method to determine how it should compute the
value from its Area Tree context, or, as I mentioned in a recent (within the
past hour or so) posting in response to Glen, either 1) passing context data
to "get", or 2) making "get" look at the area tree context before returning
the value.

What about font-size="12pt+2%+0.8*from-parent(height div 32)" ?


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