From: Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 10 2004 - 02:42:29 PDT
You have to use property line-height-shift-adjustment="disregard-shifts"
on fo:block that surrounds the text.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
PK> Hello fellow XEP users,
PK> I hav a question about footnotes.
PK> What do I hav to do if I want to put the footnote nr in super script but
PK> dont want the line distance to change for lines which contain footnotes.
PK> What I mean is the following.
PK> We are using the settings line-height 9.5 pt and font-size 8 pt. This means
PK> that all lines lay on a certain grid. When I come across a footnote the
PK> footnote nr gets superscripted. This causes the line-height to change. (It
PK> becomes greather than the given 9.5pt)
PK> This means that all lines below the line containing the footnote are "off
PK> grid". If you look at the printed page (double sided) you can see a
PK> difference between the lines on the front and the back.
PK> How can I prevent that from happening and still have the footnote number
PK> Thanx in advance,
PK> Peter Kester
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