> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joerg Pietschmann [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: May 14, 2002 7:52 AM
> To: FOP Dev
> Subject: Line breaks and other typographical stuff (was: Re: Latest FOP
> schema)
> Well, if we are at this, another typographical nastyness which
> comes to mind is an indented initial. This bothers me for quite
> some time now: How should this be expressed in XSLFO? In HTML, a
> floating table around the letter can be used, but  this seems
> awkward and does not account for fine tuning like the outdent to
> account for serifs. Also, the automatic displacement of the next
> lines could be a problem. I think there is also a float necessary
> in XSLFO, perhaps with some adjustments to the width and with
> relative positioning for fine tuning.

text-indent. If that's not it, what do you mean by indented initial?


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