Re: Spacing around inline graphics

Subject: Re: Spacing around inline graphics
From: James Clark <jjc@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 1998 09:59:09 +0700
The line spacing is not supposed to be increased automatically if
min-leading is #f (which is the default).  If you set min-leading to 2pt
say, it should do what you want.

Norman Walsh wrote:
> Hello world,
> Has anyone figured out how to make the spacing around inline
> graphics come out correctly in the RTF backend?  Word seems not
> to have the sense to increase the line spacing if a 1" graphic
> occurs in the middle of a paragraph.  Setting line-spacing: on
> the sequence that contains the graphic doesn't help.  I've seem
> this problem in other environments as well, such as table cells.
> Is there a sequence of flow objects that will convince word to
> do the right thing?
> What does the TeX backend do? (The right thing, I suspect.)
>                                         Cheers,
>                                           norm
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