Subject: Re: [xsl] inline within block within table-cell (scrunch or wrap)|
From: "John Cavalieri" <john.cavalieri@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 14:44:57 -0600
Thanks for you response. You confirmed my hesitant understanding of the spec regarding line breaks; line breaking descriptions are intentionally vague and left up to the implementer. I've sent an email to RenderX. We'll see what they say.
John Cavalieri wrote: > But this is shrinking of text space to the point of being unreadable. > It doesn't matter how much text I cram into the inline. XEP never > wraps and continues to squeeze the text into one line. To the point > where the letters are on top of each other.
Ah, that's what you meant. It looks like XEP doesn't want to break a fo:inline. Technically, this is not prohibited by the spec, but it is certainly unexpected behavior. You should look on a XEP specific source for more information. I'd like to tell you that the behavior of FOP is correct, unfortunately you didn't tell the FOP release you are using (FOP 0.20.5 basically ignores fo:inline).
> Are the default fonts still the culprits?
No. I thought you got only a slight difference which caused the last word to wrap for one processor.