But if start-indent and margin-left are not
Corresponding Properties, then the inheritance of
50pt. you gave in your example would not occur.

IMO, if start-indent and margin-left were actually
intended to be Corresponding Properties, the former
would have been named margin-start.  Also,
margin-before and margin-after (or before-indent and
after-indent) corresponding properties would also have
been created.  The description of Corresponding
Properties, 2nd para of 5.1.2, is unfortunately vague
about which properties are actually CP's.


--- Jeremias Maerki <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Yes, I was probably not 100% correct in my
> explanation though my
> interpretation still stands.
> On 15.02.2005 18:02:14 Glen Mazza wrote:
> > Oh--5.3.2 says: "There are two more properties,
> > "end-indent" and "start-indent" (block-level
> > formatting objects) which correspond to the
> various
> > absolute "margin" properties."
> > 
> > I'm uncertain that that means that they are
> > Corresponding Properties however--I wonder if you
> are
> > reading too much into the word "correspond".
> Jeremias Maerki

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