[rfc-i] Two drafts showing the advantage of the new format
pkyzivat at alum.mit.edu
Thu Aug 17 07:41:56 PDT 2017
On 8/17/17 12:37 AM, Phillip Hallam-Baker wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 11:55 PM, Paul Kyzivat <pkyzivat at alum.mit.edu
> <mailto:pkyzivat at alum.mit.edu>> wrote:
> On 8/16/17 6:29 PM, Phillip Hallam-Baker wrote:
> My tools are not yet complete, there are several bugs and
> glitches to iron out. But I thought people might like to see
> examples of two new drafts that I think really show why this
> work is so worthwhile.
> Original Format:
> New Format:
> Major thanks to everyone who made this all possible.
> The html renders nicely, but I do have a couple of comments:
> 1) The TOC is nice as long as the window is wide enough. If I narrow
> the window enough it omits the content of the TOC but leaves its
> heading sort of floating over the main text. That seems fine, but I
> can't find any way to see the content of the TOC without widening
> the window.
> 2) In the normative references of draft-hallambaker-mesh-confirm-01
> things get weird for the reference with a long tag. I would expect
> the wrapped content of the reference to align with the wrapped
> content of other references with shorter tags.
> I am using the experimental style sheet with minor changes to improve
> readability, the headings are coloured and the print version of the text
> is black on white rather than the white on white of the original. I am
> not a css guru.
> The first is the Toc trying to hide itself to make room on a small
> display which is maybe not a bad thing. But it maybe should do it better.
The concept of it minimizing itself when there isn't enough room seems
fine to me. The problem is the lack of a way to expand it so it is
visible without widening the window.
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