From: Werner Donné (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 15 2003 - 01:26:20 PDT
If the space between the line doesn't increase the superscripted text will come
very close the line above. If you use a font-size of 0.72em and a baseline-shift
of 25% (or -25% for subscript), you normally stay within the line while still
having the visual effect.
Ryan Graham wrote:
> Is there anyway to keep uniform spacing between lines when using
> superscripts and subscripts? The space above the line with the superscript
> is always greater than the that of the rest of the lines in the paragraph.
> This doesn't happen with FOP, so I am assuming it is possible with XEP.
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