From: Nikolai Grigoriev (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jan 12 2003 - 00:22:28 PST
> <fo:external-graphic src="url(\../images/eqn1.eps)" width="auto"
> height="auto" content-width="auto" content-height="auto"
> The figure comes out left justified -- should XEP be honouring
> 'text-align="center"', or should the Docbook stylesheets be generating
> something else.
'text-align' attribute on fo:external-graphics has a different semantics: it
aligns image (a rectangle 'content-width' x 'content-height') inside the
viewport (a rectangle 'width' x 'height'). Both rectangles coincide in your
case, so 'text-align' would have had no effect however. (But yes, XEP does
not support 'text-align' in this context :-)).
> The <fo:block> elements surrounding the
> <fo:external-graphic> are attributeless: is this where the Docbook
> stylesheets should be specifying alignment?
Yes, they should. To align an image wrt its surrounding fo:block,
'text-align' must be specified on the block. There's no difference with text
alignment: fo:external-image is an inline object like any character, and
should be positioned using the same rules.
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