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WHY though?



Why what?


Why would PDF support CSS? It's a printing format; your PDF is defined over fixed-size pages. There isn't supposed to be any dynamic layout. You make it the way you want it to look, and then that's what it looks like.


> Why would PDF support CSS? It's a printing format

No, it's not. I mean, print fidelity is where it excels, but that's not all it does. PDF Reflow, for instance, is a designed-in feature.




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