TTML10 2nd Ed (9.3.2) - (1) add note explaining prune; (2) add thin space to improve layout of subscript before a comma
authorGlenn Adams <glenn@skynav.com>
Mon, 24 Sep 2012 11:31:13 +0800
changeset 29494e02f131542
parent 293 f6cb389b32af
child 295 0fb433fa73eb
TTML10 2nd Ed (9.3.2) - (1) add note explaining prune; (2) add thin space to improve layout of subscript before a comma
ttml10/spec/ttaf1-dfxp.xml
     1.1 --- a/ttml10/spec/ttaf1-dfxp.xml	Mon Sep 24 11:06:16 2012 +0800
     1.2 +++ b/ttml10/spec/ttaf1-dfxp.xml	Mon Sep 24 11:31:13 2012 +0800
     1.3 @@ -28,6 +28,7 @@
     1.4  <!ENTITY le "&#x2264;">
     1.5  <!ENTITY ge "&#x2265;">
     1.6  <!ENTITY plusmn "&#x00B1;">
     1.7 +<!ENTITY thinsp "&#x2009;">
     1.8  <!ENTITY dfxp-ex1 SYSTEM "./examples/ex1.xml.esc">
     1.9  <!ENTITY dfxp-ex1-x-0 SYSTEM "./examples/ex1-x-0.xml.esc">
    1.10  <!ENTITY dfxp-ex1-p-0 SYSTEM "./examples/ex1-p-0.xml.esc">
    1.11 @@ -7194,10 +7195,10 @@
    1.12  each time coordinate, some element becomes temporally active or inactive,
    1.13  then, at each such time coordinate, a document
    1.14  instance is mapped from its original, source
    1.15 -form, <emph>DOC<sub>source</sub></emph>, 
    1.16 +form, <emph>DOC<sub>source</sub></emph>&thinsp;, 
    1.17  to an intermediate
    1.18  synchronic document form,
    1.19 -<emph>DOC<sub>inter</sub></emph>, as follows:</p>
    1.20 +<emph>DOC<sub>inter</sub></emph>&thinsp;, as follows:</p>
    1.21  <olist>
    1.22  <item>
    1.23  <p>for each temporally active region <emph>R</emph>, replicate the
    1.24 @@ -7221,6 +7222,14 @@
    1.25  longer semantically relevant;</p>
    1.26  </item>
    1.27  </olist>
    1.28 +<note role="elaboration">
    1.29 +<p>In this section, the term <emph>prune</emph>, when used in reference to
    1.30 +an element, means that the element is to be removed from its parent's children,
    1.31 +which, in turn, implies that the descendants of the pruned element will no longer
    1.32 +be descendants of the element's parent. When <emph>prune</emph> is used in
    1.33 +reference to an attribute, it means that attribute is to be removed from its
    1.34 +associated (owning) element node.</p>
    1.35 +</note>
    1.36  <p>A content element is associated with a region according
    1.37  to the following ordered rules, where the first rule satisfied
    1.38  is used and remaining rules are skipped:</p>