On Wed, Sep 01, 2004 at 10:10:52PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > <fo:block id="outer" text-align="justify"> > TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST ..... ENOUGH TEXT TO FORMAT INTO MULTIPLE LINES > .... TEST ENDS A. > <fo:block id="inner"> > whatever > </fo:block> > TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST ..... ENOUGH TEXT TO FORMAT INTO MULTIPLE LINES > .... TEST ENDS B. > </fo:block> > > The line 2 (.... TEST ENDS A.) is the last line before the block "inner" > starts, but it's not the last line of the block with id "outer". The last > line of the block "outer" is: (.... TEST ENDS B.). > > Get my point, or am I still being unclear? > > Can we safely assume the rec. means "block area" here instead of just > "block"? I think we can't, since then that would mean that the last line > on a page (or column) would also be formatted left-aligned instad of > justified even if it's not the last line of the block ("block" as in > "fo:block").
It sounds like you are right. This would apply to a displayed formula in a paragraph. Nobody would want a layout in which the last line before the display is justified, so there seems to be a problem here. Regards, Simon -- Simon Pepping home page: http://www.leverkruid.nl