[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 3230] CSS1: Words with inline elements get extra capital letters

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Sat Feb 18 18:27:54 PST 2006


------- Comment #10 from proton at wiretapped.net  2006-02-18 18:27 PDT -------
Nick: This follows the same rules as capitalisation within a single span. From
my tests this means that the following "unusual" characters are considered to
break a work:
Thin Space

Not breaking on:
non-breaking space (not sure if we should or not on this one)
zero-width non-joiner
zero-width joiner

The best way to resolve these is probably to use UBreakIterator, or to decide
if they should be considered spaces for the isSpace() call.

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