ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34N0515
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34
Information Technology --
Document Description and Processing Languages
|TITLE:||ISO/IEC TR 19758/PDAM3: Extensions to Multilingual Compositions (North and South Asian Compositions)|
|SOURCE:||Dr. Yushi Komachi; Mr. Gen Nagamura|
|PROJECT:||TR 19758:2003 Amd. 3: Extensions to Multilingual Compositions|
|PROJECT EDITOR:||Dr. Yushi Komachi; Mr. Gen Nagamura|
|DISTRIBUTION:||SC34 and Liaisons|
|REFER TO:||N0515b - 2004-04-19 - ISO/IEC TR 19758/PDAM3: Extensions to Multilingual Compositions (North and South Asian Compositions)|
Dr. James David Mason
(ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34 Secretariat - Standards Council of Canada)
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ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34/WG2 N164
DSSSL library for complex compositions
PDAM3: Extensions to Multilingual Compositions (North and South Asian Compositions)
This amendment provides additional DSSSL library specifications for multiligal compositions. The style elements supported in this amendment are based on the requirements for North and South Asian documents.
Page 9, Clause 18.104.22.168
Replace the paragraph of 22.214.171.124 with the following description:
An interline note is composed within a line space and at the side (upper/lower side in horizontal composition, or right side in vertical composition) of words or phrases to be noted. Character locations in a line and interlinenote in horizontal composition are illustrated in Figure 1.
And add the following note:
NOTE An interline note in horizontal composition may take vertically composed text, and vice versa.
Page 14, Clause 4.17.1
Add the following notes in 4.17.1:
NOTE Bullet items in an ordered list may take spelled-out numbers or words, not numerals.
NOTE To indicate the level of nesting, bullet items may be duplicated or multiplicated as many times as the level of nesting, instead of having nested numbering, as shown below:
a) item1 b) item2 aa) nested item1 bb) nested item2 c) item3
NOTE The nested first item may be rendered just after the superior without line-breaking, as shown below:
1) item1 a) nested item1 b) nested item2 c) nested item3 2) item2
Add the following clause:
4.29 First paragraph identification
To indicate the beginning of an article, the entire first paragraph may have a distinct typeface or other relevent representation from the rest of the article.
Add the following clause:
4.30 Paragraph separator
A special mark is located between adjacent paragraphs to emphasizing their separation. The mark of paragraph separator should be specified by its glyph identifier.
Page 39, Clause 7
Add the following specification after the specification of *fli-paragraph-style*:
Page 42, Clause 7
Add the following specification after the specification of LIST-ELEMENT:
Note: The style libraries for interline note and ordered list items with spelled-out numbers will be tricky descriptions of existing DSSSL. After the study of user requirements for those style elements, some characteritics will be added as amendments to DSSSL.