From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Aug 29 2003 - 06:49:36 PDT
>> Hello Patrick,
>> Well, this is because fo:inline-container is not supported by current
>> version of XEP (as it's stated in documentation). But what kind of
>> effect you are trying to achieve?
LM> A fixed-length space between two words that will not grow even if justification needs to add spaces to justify the line (the justification algorithm has to chose other interword spaces).
OK, that's exactly what I was talking about.
LM> Would the nbsp ( ) work ?
Well, it would. But it's OK only if you need space as wide as current
font character, otherwise this solution became quite inflexible.
>> If you want some fixed length space
>> somewhere in the block why not to use space-filled fo:leader?
LM> I tried, seems to stretch no ?
No, it shouldn't. Make sure that you have no spaces before and after
>> know your exact requirements but maybe you need to provide it with
LM> Yes, maybe. I did not try keeps.
Actually there is no need for keeps. Just make sure there is no spaces
between leader and words.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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