--- Gary Bland [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> In a perfect world your assumptions are correct,
> line-height should change according to the height
> of the text being used/declared.
> In print, they deal mostly pts and ems and use some
> expensive software designed to automate the task.
> Can you imagine what it would take to
> make a browser rendering engine automate the line-height
> task for Keywords, pt, px, em, cm, mm, Picas, cxs, and %?
> What day would you want the page rendered on?
I don't get it. If I don't use line-height globally,
the line-heights do change according to the dictates
of the font-size in descendant elements. But if I
then give a line-height globally (except for a
value of 'normal', which works correctly),
the processor costs become prohibitive? Since
programming is a closed book to me, I can't speak
intelligently about this; it just seems odd, somehow.
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