The easiest way is to not actually have any whitespace between the two
words. You have whitespace between them in the example, yes a carriage
return is white space.

The white-space-collapse should work but there must be a particular set of
circumstances preventing it from working properly. Possible something to do
with the fo:inline.

On Mon, 02 Jul 2001 11:31:24 bachner wrote:
> Hi all,
> I want to have a bold text and normal text without spacing between like
> whitespaceneeded?  
> In my fo-file the code looks like this:
> fo:block white-space-collapse="true" font-family="Helvetica"
> font-size="14pt" id="74" line-height="16pt" text-align="start">
> <fo:inline white-space-collapse="true" font-family="Helvetica"
> font-size="14pt" font-weight="bold" id="75">whitespace</fo:inline>
> <fo:inline white-space-collapse="true" font-family="Helvetica"
> font-size="14pt" id="77">needed?</fo:inline>
> <fo:inline white-space-collapse="true" font-size="12pt" id="79">
> </fo:inline></fo:block>
> In the generated pdf there is a white space between whitespace and needed
> like this:
> whitespace needed? 
> I tried to avoid it with white-space-collapse, but it does'nt work.
> Is this a normal behaviour?
> How can I avoid the whitespace between the 2 fo:inline objects?
> Thanks in advance,
> Eduard
> PS: The behaviour is the same with fop-0.17.0, fop-0.18.1, fop-0.19.0

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