From: Tobias Reif (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 22 2003 - 02:12:31 PST
> There is a special XSL property, "line-height-shift-adjustment",
> to control behaviour of subscripts/superscripts. Its default value,
> "consider-shifts", makes inter-line space widen to account for
> baseline shifts on inline elements. To make line separation
> constant, set line-height-shift-adjustment="disregard-shifts"
> somewhere. (The property is inheritable).
Thank you very much for these suggestions.
line-height-shift-adjustment seems to do what it should (though I have
the impression that now there's a more space *below* the line), but the
superscript text now nearly touches the above line.
I'd rather have a way to lower the location of the superscript text. Is
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