From: Louis Meigret (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jan 24 2004 - 19:14:10 PST
Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote in answer to Oliver
>OB> I'm using <fo:inline text-decoration="line-through"> ... </fo:inline>
>OB> to create text that is marked as cancelled.
>OB> Unfortunately if the contents uses different fonts (Courier, Helvetica
>OB> and Times), the result is not a straight line but rather a line that
>OB> has breaks (the parts appear in slightly different vertical positions).
>OB> I suspect this is because each font has its own metric (though the
>OB> font-size is the same).
>Yes, you are right. Line-through cross glyphs at the half X-height.
[LM] I have a corollary question. It seems that when I change font the thickness of the strikehrough sometimes changes (for, I believe, the same fontsize). Is this also a font variable ? A given glyph in the font ?
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