On Nov 13, 2005, at 12:37, Manuel Mall wrote:
I went through the examples in examples/basic/fo, that is the examples
and updated them to better match 0.90 and to eliminate most warnings.
Thanks a lot for taking care of that.
While doing so I noticed a few things:
1. The blockcontainer.fo examples spits out heaps of warnings. I have
not looked into those. May be someone with a better understanding of
this whole area could have a look please.
Had a very quick look, and IIC, this is related to the fact that the
reference-orientation is set to 180 (meaning upside-down), and 'top'
is being interpreted as 'bottom' (and vice versa). Same for 'left'
IMO, this interpretation seems to be correct. See XSL-FO Rec 1.0
"The 'reference-orientation' property is applied only on formatting
objects that establish a reference-area. Each value of 'reference-
orientation' sets the absolute direction for 'top', 'left', 'bottom',
So, the values of these properties need to be changed to reflect the
reference-orientation specified on the block-container in question...
Do the other team-members agree with this assessment?