From: Nikolai Grigoriev (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 22 2003 - 02:37:34 PDT
> The problem lies in the second case. My image is left-aligned against the
> outer-most block (the one set at xsl:region-body), the attribution is
> right-aligned against that same block, and the caption, while
> appropriately aligned, is wider than the width set on the containing
> block. It appears that the properties of the wrapper block e.g. width and
> alignment, are not inheriting downwards.
'text-alignment' is inherited, actually. Your stylesheet contains an
text-align="end" in the template for the attribution, doesn't it? I don't
any point where it breaks inheritance.
As for the 'width', it is 1) never inherited, 2) should not be used on
elements: block dimensions shall be controlled by start/end indents.
(There is no @width listed in the properties of a fo:block element
in the XSL spec). Use fo:block-container to constrain the width
of a rectangular area.
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