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"Otherwise Cut the line on which start fi..." #3118

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siegbald opened this Issue Oct 12, 2017 · 3 comments

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siegbald commented Oct 12, 2017

https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/canvas.html#line-styles

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Cut the line on which start finds itself into two at start and place a point there, cutting the subpath that it was in in two, and similarly cut the line on which end finds itself short at end and place a point there, cutting the subpath that it was in in two, and then remove all line segments, joins, points, and subpaths tha...

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Is ---- was in in two ----- OK?

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I think so, both instances might be a little clearer if there's a comma between the two "in" instances, but @sideshowbarker and @domenic would need to confirm that from a grammar perspective.

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annevk commented Oct 12, 2017

I think so, both instances might be a little clearer if there's a comma between the two "in" instances, but @sideshowbarker and @domenic would need to confirm that from a grammar perspective.

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It would better be:

cutting in two the subpath that it was in

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sideshowbarker commented Oct 12, 2017

It would better be:

cutting in two the subpath that it was in

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Yeah, existing text is OK, or @sideshowbarker's version.

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domenic commented Oct 12, 2017

Yeah, existing text is OK, or @sideshowbarker's version.

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