[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 17733] execCommand with super/subscript doesn't toggle back to baseline

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Tue Aug 19 11:11:34 PDT 2008


------- Comment #8 from futurama at gmail.com  2008-08-19 11:11 PDT -------
Slightly offtopic, but is there any reason that WebKit doesn't use the <sup>
and <sub> elements instead of an Apple-style-span? <sup> and <sub> aren't
deprecated, and superscript/subscript do have some semantic meaning, so I don't
understand why they aren't used. Other browsers usually can't remove
Apple-style-span formatting, so Safari's current behavior is less interoperable
in a collaborative and/or multiple-browser environment.

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