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[docbook-apps] Re: 'pgwide' attribute in 'figure' element as a child of 'glossdef'
- From: Norman Walsh <ndw at nwalsh dot com>
- To: Bob Stayton <bobs at sco dot com>
- Cc: "Paul A. Hoadley" <paulh at logicsquad dot net>, docbook-apps at lists dot oasis-open dot org
- Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2003 09:06:29 +0100
- Subject: [docbook-apps] Re: 'pgwide' attribute in 'figure' element as a child of 'glossdef'
- References: <20030304135335.GA80070@grover.logicsquad.net><20030304094444.E1952@sco.com>
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/ Bob Stayton <bobs at sco dot com> was heard to say:
|> I've glanced over formal.xsl, and 'pgwide="1"' should induce a
|> 'span="all"' attribute on the fo:block in question. This isn't
Actually there's an FO specbug here. Technically, span is only allowed
on the top-most fo:block (or other fo:element) so by the time you've
nested down to where you need it, it doesn't work.
|> happening when the 'figure' is a child of 'glossdef' -- in fact, I
|> can't find a single 'span' attribute anywhere in the resulting FO
|> Am I missing something here, or is this a bug?
Well, as Bob pointed out, span wouldn't really help here even if it
| Since the figure is part of the glossdef block, I don't
| think you can get it to center on the page without
| further intervention.
Would setting the left and right margins to zero if pgwide=1 is
specified do The Right Thing?
Should the stylesheets do that?
Be seeing you,
Norman Walsh <ndw at nwalsh dot com> | Consume less, share more.
Chair, DocBook Technical Committee |
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