From: G. Ken Holman (gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com)
Date: Tue Oct 21 2003 - 03:34:11 PDT
At 2003-10-21 11:14 +0200, Thomas.Braun@infowerk.de wrote:
>the following fo:block is in one of my documents:
> <fo:inline font-size="12pt">blah blah</fo:block>
>when i reduce font-size to a value less than 8pt the line-height attribute
>doesn't work correctly.
>the more i reduce font-size the more space i will get between the lines.
>does anyone know why this happens?
Yes, because the block's line height is based on the font size *of the
block* not of the characters in the block. In XSL-FO characters sit on the
lines generated by the block, characters don't generate lines by
themselves. If you want all of the lines of a block to be a particular
size, set that size as a property of the block and *then* sit your
characters on those lines.
This is a common question in my XSL-FO classes ... it comes up in
discussion when you want two leaders to be positioned close to each other:
one sizes the lines of the blocks to be very short and *then* you place the
leader on the lines and they will be closer together.
I hope this helps.
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