From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 29 2003 - 07:18:15 PDT
1. I bet you have keep-together="always" on the surrounding block.
In this case the explanation is as follows: keep-together is a
compound property that splits into individual components each having
the same value:
The first component pours down to the inline level (keep-together
is an inheritable property), and disables line breaks in the text.
That's why XEP tries to pack the whole block on one line; and I
believe it's the kind of behavior prescribed by the XSL spec.
To fix it, you have to relax your constraint. I believe a single
keep-together.within-column="always" would be sufficient.
2. I think this question would be more appropriate for docbook-apps
list. As far as I know 'rotate' attribute isn't supported by Docbook XSL
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
SF> are fo:inline areas always kept together with XEP?
SF> ive a table-entry that is formatted italic by fo:inline. It has no
SF> keep.together... attribute, but XEP puts it in 1 line and due to lack of
SF> space the lettters are rendered on each other.
SF> id like to use the docbook rotate-attribute to vertically print some table
SF> headers. but it doesnt seem to work ...
SF> any pointers?
SF> thx in advance,
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