From: Chris Branch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Feb 18 2003 - 09:29:39 PST
>you are right and both right-justified and outdented numbers cannot
>be accomplished with XEP in general case of variable-height inlines.
>Will try to figure out something.
Seems like 'relative-align' is the answer for the general case. I think
this would allow me to match the solution I've been using successfully
in HTML for many years:
<td>Content with mixed font sizes that wraps to multiple lines.</td>
Another solution that might work is to support fixed-width inline
elements. In other words, let me specify a 'width' attribute for
<fo:inline width=".5in" text-align="right">1.</fo:inline>Content...
The XSL specification seems to allow for this, but I'm not 100% sure
I've interpreted that correctly. If this *is* valid, this would
actually be more useful than relative-align. And I suspect it would be
easier to implement :-). I know XEP doesn't currently support this, but
is this theoretically possible with XSL?
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