Date: Tue Oct 19 2004 - 12:28:50 PDT
I tried everything else but never thought of *text-indent*. That fixed
it. Thank you!!
Susan (banging head on desk!)
--- Alexander Peshkov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello Susan,
> You've hit a known problem. This strange effect actually manifests
> strict compliance of XEP with XSL-FO specification :-)
> According to XSL-FO specification all indents are inheritable and
> should be inherited inside footnotes as well. In your case I suppose
> that fo:block that surrounds your footnote has a text-indent and this
> indent is inherited by the footnote. As a result the starting point
> the text in the list label is pushed to the right of text ending
> and the text became "reversed". The solution is to explicitly specify
> zero text-indent on the fo:footnote element.
> Best regards,
> Alexander Peshkov
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