[xep-support] is XEP capable of adjusting line spacing in accordance with alignment-adjust?
chris at chiasson.name
Fri Nov 17 12:18:46 PST 2006
You nailed the answer.
Jirka Kosek said the DocBook stylesheets set disregard-shifts by
default because the extra line height space from a footnote makes the
output FO look bad.
The funny thing is, I noted the slight misspelling in my email over
there, but ended up misspelling your name... my bad.
On 11/16/06, David Tolpin <dvd at davidashen.net> wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 21:36:43 +0400, Chris Chiasson <chris at chiasson.name>
> > When I give a negative alignment-adjust to an fo:external-object, the
> > graphic often overlaps the text below it. Furthermore, the line that
> > the graphic is on has a lot of room above it, as if XEP were making
> > room for an alignment-adjust of zero.
> Hi Chris,
> XEP is capable. What value did you set 'line-height-shift-adjustment' to?
> It is "consider-shifts" by default, but docbook-xsl stylesheets, for
> example, reset it to 'disregard-shits'.
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