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Height of SVG rect tag negative when rendering SVG





------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-10-10 15:47 -------
Mentioned problem is reproduced when rendering the FO document to SVG, although 
I receive two SVG rects of -29, instead of only one and then one of -239.

Does anyone know how xsl:fo is supposed to behave if the row-height is not 
explicitly specified, and the respective heights of the table-cell vary in the 
same row? ( I see a bunch of cells of 15pt, then suddenly one cell of 29pt? 
Also, the first SVG rect is the same height as the whole SVG? Page-width isn't 
explicitly specified - don't know if this could lead to unpredictable results.)

To the reporter: it's best to ask questions like these on the fop-user list. I 
don't really know what your intention is, but it seems that fo:block-containers 
would be more appropriate...

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