Yes, CSS3 naming is easier to understand. And like other border-* properties, top, right, bottom, left should be mapped to equivalent FO directions in lr-tb mode (respectively before, end, after, start).
2012/10/12 Clay Leeds <the.webmaes...@gmail.com>: > I would prefer CSS3 naming conventions as well. > > Clay > > "My religion is simple. My religion is kindness." > - HH The Dalai Lama of Tibet > > On Oct 12, 2012, at 6:48 AM, Peter Hancock <peter.hanc...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> Thanks for taking the time to review this! >> >> On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 2:12 PM, Glenn Adams <gl...@skynav.com> wrote: >>> ... >>> However, I also notice that the fox property name proposed in  contains >>> uppercase (fox:border-BLOCK-radius-INLINE). That is a definite no-no, and >>> thus warrants a -1 vote until changed to LC. All LC please! >> >> The upper case BLOCK and INLINE were meant to represent variables with >> values before and after, and start and end, respectively. >> >>> I haven't had a chance to look at the details, but does this extension >>> follow the (property name and value) definitions found in CSS3 Backgrounds >>> and Borders ? If it doesn't, then my vote is -1; otherwise, I would vote >>> +1. >> >> I do concede that there is a departure from CSS3: >> To specify the top left corner in CSS3 you do >> border-top-left-radius="x y" >> and with the fox extension (assuming a viewport orientated with the page) >> fox:border-start-radius-before="x" >> fox:border-before-radius-start="y" >> >> If this is unsatisfactory then I guess it is back to the drawing board. >> >> Peter -- pascal