From: Nikolai Grigoriev (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Aug 20 2003 - 04:45:59 PDT
> the traditional way to do this is to use a non-breaking space
> instead of a white space. Depending on your encoding, you
> may need to use an entity reference for the character. In
> Unicode the reference is   I haven't tried this in XEP,
It works, and seems to be the easiest solution.
Just for completeness, let me mention a couple of others:
1) Use a space-filled leader instead of a space character:
Where is the text<fo:leader leader-length="0.5em">?
This is equivalent to the NBSP solution; it has a disadvantage
of greater verbosity but lets you control the distance from the
text to the question mark in a precise manner.
2) Add some padding before the question mark:
Where is the text<fo:inline padding-left="0.5em">?</fo:inline>
Same advantages/disadvantages. This one is natural if your
question mark should be made more visible to the Marketing:
Where is the text<fo:inline padding-left="6pt" color="red"
font="16pt bold Impact">?</fo:inline>
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