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From: Lily Galle <lily.galle@gmx.net>
Date: Thu Nov 13 2008 - 20:20:48 PST


white space in docBook

Question one:
I would like put some white space between the Words. Like following:
                She likes to have Apple.

The spaces between the words are not regular. So I think I have to do it in DocBook, not in XSL.

How to put a white space at the beginning of a line?

I could not find out how to do them in “XEP”. In “myDocBook.xml” I wrote the code like “&#x20” and it failed.

Question two:
I need very often to produce some white spaces between two lines. The only way I found out in “XEP” is: <literallayout> </literallayout>
Are there some other ways to produce white spaces between two lines?
The white spaces I need are not regular. So I think I have to do them in DocBook, not in XSL.

Thanks for any help!


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