From: Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 25 2003 - 03:49:07 PDT
I can see several possible solutions that will produce appropriate
visual effect without any need to inline-containers or complicated
table designs. The most natural approach demonstrated below:
<fo:inline border-top="thin solid black" alignment-adjust="before-edge" padding-top="2pt">(name of person)</fo:inline>,
a registered doctor.
If you wish to move baseline relative to before-edge you can add
baseline-shift. Note that the same effect can be achieved with
baseline-shift alone, however this solution will be less flexible
since you will need to hardcode baseline-shift value.
Another possible approach is to use inline SVG graphic which contains
Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
LM> G. Ken Holman (gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com) a écrit :
>>At 2003-09-24 17:54 -0500, Louis Meigret wrote:
>>>I would like to emulate an inline table that could be mixed in the
>>>midst of a text paragraph.
>>>Mandate for __________________ , a registered doctor.
>>> (name of person)
>>This is one of the purposes for <inline-container> so that one can
>>add block-level constructs in the middle of an inline.
LM> Yes, this is what I tried, but it did not work...
>>Unfortunately, XEP doesn't yet support <inline-container>
LM> That explains my problem then.
>>but I would think it would be on their list of things to do.
LM> May I ask RenderX when they expect to implement this?
>>So, then the next thing I tried successfully in XSL-FO was the use >of an auto-width table:
LM> Yes, but this is rather complicated for me if I want this to look right (I need to know how much text to pull from the surrounding block and put into the first column and last columns of this
LM> 3-column table).
>>I hope this helps.
LM> Most definitively, many thanks.
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