From: William McVey (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 18 2004 - 14:16:30 PDT
On Mon, 2004-10-18 at 10:48, William McVey wrote:
> When rendered with XEP
> 3.7.8, I get an annoying one or two pixel gap between the top of the SVG
> element and the enclosing block
Thinking that the problem might have been a bug that was fixed in later
releases, I upgraded to XEP 3.8.4 and checked out the generated PDF.
It's still has the annoying gap between the fo:block and the
fo:instream-foreign-object. I was surprised though to see that the
effect I was shooting for is now even more broken than it was before. I
think the "problem" is related to the following blurb in the WhatsNew
- Width and height on fo:block elements is duly ignored;
This leads me to wonder what I *should* be using to say that I want a
floating fo:block element of a particular width. Also, I guess I don't
understand why the bug fix is to ignore this attribute. It would seem
that section 7.14.12 indicates the width would be the appropriate
attribute to use to force the block to be a particular dimension.
Again, any and all help would be appreciated.
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