As I read it, no more than normal. If a block contains text, the
individual glyph areas will, conceptually, be assembled into line-areas.
There is no FO corresponding to a line-area. Where side-floats are
introduced, intrusion adjustment occurs, which may affect the placement
of text in line-areas, by affecting the appropriate intrusion-adjustment
of the block andor line areas. The overall IPDir geometry of the block
area is not affected.
Jeremias Maerki wrote:
Not that I'm a specialist in this area, but won't fo:float also cause an
fo:block to be split into multiple areas even if the block itself
doesn't span multiple pages?
Peter B. West <http://www.powerup.com.au/~pbwest/resume.html>