LESS CSS font shorthand declaration

Hello Experts,

Can anyone tell me what is wrong to this LESS deceleration?
The first line of code is the LESS deceleration. The second is how its being complied.

@fontNormal: normal small-caps 600 100%/1.3em sans-serif;

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 font: normal small-caps 600 76.92307692307692% sans-serif;

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Julian HansenCommented:
Can anyone tell me what is wrong to this LESS deceleration?
What makes it wrong? What were you expecting.
100/1.3 is the answer it gives.
1em = 100% therefore 100%/130% = 76.92307%
RefaelAuthor Commented:
This is a CSS shorthand font deceleration . The parameters set above are as shown below:

font-style - "normal"
font-variant - "small-caps"
font-weight - "600"
font-size - "100%"
line-height - "1.3em"
font-family - "sans-serif"

What you wrote below is wrong. This is not a font size division. These are two different parameters :

font-size - "100%"
line-height - "1.3em"
Julian HansenCommented:
What you wrote below is wrong.

Um, no what I wrote was right - that is how SASS interprets that line.
If you want to do a line-height / font-size you need to use a mixin


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RefaelAuthor Commented:
Hi julianH,
I had the feeling it does not work the way I thought it should. I will read the documentations you sent. Thanks!
Julian HansenCommented:
You are welcome - good luck with it.
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