Re: [xsl] fo:inline within fo:basic-link (extra output space)

Subject: Re: [xsl] fo:inline within fo:basic-link (extra output space)
From: Khaled Aly <ka.aly@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 04:56:22 +0200

I don't have an <xsl:output> instruction, and since the default is "no", then it should not be the reason. I also just checked the definition, of the 'indent' attribute. It only allows, but doesn't require, the insertion of white space.. I'm surprised what could this be, as i though it might be a common issues with a known reason. Many PDF documents come with hyper links!


David Carlisle wrote:
You presumably have <xsl:output indent="yes"/> indent"yes" tells the
processor that you don't care where it puts white space, just make the
xml look pretty. You do care about white space so you should say
indent="no" (which is the default)


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