> You can also
> place your wish/requirement for tabs there so it can be considered for
> XSL-FO 2.0. Just be prepared that they may wrinkle their noses.
> [1]

Thank you for pointing there. I'll try to post my feature request.

> Is it? I'm not so sure. You can view it this way: What HTML/CSS is for
> the browser, XSL-FO is for the paper. XSL-FO is even reusing many
> aspects of CSS which says a lot.

That reuse was in my mind when I've checked that old document called "Tab
Stops for CSS" dated of 1997:

Don't know though what happened later.

Thank you very much for your help!


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