RE: [xsl] FO: Vertical alignment in <fo:flow>

Subject: RE: [xsl] FO: Vertical alignment in <fo:flow>
From: DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2002 09:48:18 +0100
One point, this 'centering' is within the area, the block container?
Not in the page. I guess that means your slides are 170mm high?

Is that what was wanted?

Works in AH too.

regards DaveP

> > I wonder what the principles are for vertical alignment in 
> <fo:flow>. I'm
> > making presentation slides and would like the content, 
> which is often just
> > a couple of words per slide, center aligned both horizontally and
> > vertically. My first idea was something like this:
> > 
> > <fo:flow>
> >   <fo:block-container
> >     text-align="center"
> >     display-align="center"
> >     height="170mm">
> >     ...
> >   </fo:block-container>
> > </fo:flow>
> > 
> > But neither height nor display-align seem to makes any 
> difference here. Is
> > this what absolute-position="fixed" is meant for? Can anyone give an
> > example of which properties are involved?
> Gustaf,
> the markup requires that this particular block-conteiner is 
> 170mm in height
> and its content is centered in both vertical and horizontal 
> directions. 
> If height does not work, then you are using a processor that 
> does not support
> this attribute. XEP v3 supports it. XEP v2 didn't.
> David
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