addressing a bit more of http://www.w3.org/mid/[email protected]
authorbjoern
Wed, 19 Apr 2006 18:19:52 +0900
changeset 19 cf824a7c37ea
parent 18 0ec97399727f
child 20 25f8459455e2
addressing a bit more of http://www.w3.org/mid/[email protected]
source/xml-source.xml
--- a/source/xml-source.xml	Wed Apr 19 02:46:53 2006 +0900
+++ b/source/xml-source.xml	Wed Apr 19 18:19:52 2006 +0900
@@ -2244,12 +2244,10 @@
         The <code>Event</code> interface is used to provide contextual
         information about an event to the listener processing the event.
         An object which implements the <code>Event</code> interface is
-        passed as the parameter to an <code>EventListener</code>. More
-        specific context information is passed to event listeners by
-        deriving additional interfaces from <code>Event</code> which
-        contain information directly relating to the type of event they
-        represent. These derived interfaces are also implemented by the
-        object passed to the event listener.
+        passed as the parameter to an <code>EventListener</code>. The
+        object passed to the event listener may also implement derived
+        interfaces that provide access to information directly relating
+        to the type of event they represent.
        </p>
 
        <p>
@@ -2418,9 +2416,8 @@
          method is used to signify that the event is to be canceled,
          meaning any default action normally taken by the implementation
          as a result of the event will not occur (see also
-         <specref ref="Events-flow-cancelation"/>), and thus
-         independently of event groups. Calling this method for a
-         non-cancelable event has no effect.
+         <specref ref="Events-flow-cancelation"/>). Calling this method
+         for a non-cancelable event has no effect.
         </p>
 
         <note>
@@ -2519,14 +2516,13 @@
        <descr>
         <p>
          The <termref def="dt-namespaceURI">namespace URI</termref>
-         associated with this event at creation time, or
+         associated with this event at initialization time, or
          <code>null</code> if it is unspecified.
         </p>
 
         <p>
-         For events initialized with a DOM Level 2 Events method, such
-         as <code>Event.initEvent()</code>, this is always
-         <code>null</code>.
+         DOM Level 2 Events initialization methods, such as
+         <code>Event.initEvent()</code>, set the value to null.
         </p>
        </descr>
       </attribute>