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CSS3 module "Generated Content for Paged Media" and especially the target-counter function #1510

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Fyrd opened this Issue May 12, 2015 · 12 comments

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Fyrd commented May 12, 2015

CSS3 module "Generated Content for Paged Media" and especially the target-counter function


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puco commented Nov 9, 2015

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ntlk Feb 10, 2016

Adding this would be extremely helpful.

ntlk commented Feb 10, 2016

Adding this would be extremely helpful.

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jrabbe Mar 8, 2016

Agreed, right now finding out what the support is for Paged Media in browsers is a pain.

jrabbe commented Mar 8, 2016

Agreed, right now finding out what the support is for Paged Media in browsers is a pain.

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tgr May 23, 2017

Current status: https://www.chromestatus.com/feature/5400251359821824 (not implemented anywhere)

tgr commented May 23, 2017

Current status: https://www.chromestatus.com/feature/5400251359821824 (not implemented anywhere)

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jaggzh Jul 31, 2017

PrinceXML https://www.princexml.com/ supports it. (Note: I am not affiliated with them in any way, just using their software due to the HTML/CSS print features they support that nothing else seems to).

jaggzh commented Jul 31, 2017

PrinceXML https://www.princexml.com/ supports it. (Note: I am not affiliated with them in any way, just using their software due to the HTML/CSS print features they support that nothing else seems to).

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tgr Jul 31, 2017

So does Vivliostyle and probably a number of other print tools. But I don't believe caniuse tracks those.

tgr commented Jul 31, 2017

So does Vivliostyle and probably a number of other print tools. But I don't believe caniuse tracks those.

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tgraham-antenna Nov 15, 2017

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Antenna House Formatter (https://www.antennahouse.com/antenna1/formatter/) supports GCPM as well. I would, of course, also like to see caniuse track paged media formatters alongside browsers.

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Antenna House Formatter (https://www.antennahouse.com/antenna1/formatter/) supports GCPM as well. I would, of course, also like to see caniuse track paged media formatters alongside browsers.

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JimSaiya commented Dec 8, 2017

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Porges Mar 26, 2018

I would, of course, also like to see caniuse track paged media formatters alongside browsers.

Another category that should be added site-wide is EPUB/MOBI renderers (since it's all just HTML & CSS in the end). Often Amazon's documentation about what the Kindle supports is inaccurate.

Porges commented Mar 26, 2018

I would, of course, also like to see caniuse track paged media formatters alongside browsers.

Another category that should be added site-wide is EPUB/MOBI renderers (since it's all just HTML & CSS in the end). Often Amazon's documentation about what the Kindle supports is inaccurate.

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