From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 16 2004 - 02:05:32 PST
I don't think I quite understand what do you mean by 'compensate' in
this case. However I should note that overlap you observe appears due
to the 'width' specified on the fo:block. This attribute is not
supposed to be applicable to the fo:block element and thus must be
treated as an error in the XSL FO source, but XEP still applies it. To
achieve sane appearance of the document you just have to fix your XSL
FO source - move 'width' from fo:block to surrounding fo:table-cell.
I think we should have disabled use of the 'width' property on
fo:block before. Thanks for bringing this problem into light.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
FS> I'm having an issue with using fo:float. The floats appear on the right
FS> side of the page, in the region-end, and all works fine during normal
FS> processing. However, in the region-body, we occassionally will have wider
FS> than normal blocks, for example to hold tables, that we want to extend into
FS> the region-end if needed. This works fine as well. The problem occurs when
FS> a somewhat long float begins just before the table. The text of the float
FS> overlaps the body text. Is there any way to compensate for this? A quick
FS> example is attached - any help is much appreciated!
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