Hi Chris,

Thanks a lot for your quick answer. Sometimes it's hard to tell where your
question is more suitable to be posted, especially if someone works from dev
team works right now on that feature implementation and checks this list
more often than another. I would probably also not post here today, but
can't make last fop-trunk examples to be build after last SVN updates due to

      [fop] [INFO] FopFactory - Source resolution set to: 72.0dpi
      [fop] [INFO] FopFactory - Default page-height set to: 11in
      [fop] [INFO] FopFactory - Default page-width set to: 8.26in
      [fop] D:\eclipse\test\fop_trunk\examples\fo\basic\alignment.fo ->
      [fop] [INFO] FopFactory - base set to:
      [fop] [INFO] FOP - Target resolution set to: 72.0dpi

java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem: 

Total time: 9 seconds

As you could see I have very informative Ant output (probably due to my
setup or anything else I don't know right now) :) I need to deal with.

Once again - thanks for quick help!


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Bowditch [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 3:49 PM
> To: fop-dev@xmlgraphics.apache.org
> Subject: Re: What is the current partial implementation status of
> vertical-align for table cells?
> Andrejus Chaliapinas wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I've tried to use this table cell constraint with fop-trunk:
> vertical-align is a shorthand for several FO properties including
> display-align. I don't believe display-align is properly assigned when
> using vertical-align. Try using display-align directly instead.
> >
> > <fo:table-cell border-style="solid" border-width="1px"
> > vertical-align="bottom">
> > <fo:block text-align="start" vertical-align="bottom">
> > <fo:inline vertical-align="bottom" font-weight="normal" font-
> style="normal"
> > font-family="Tahoma">my text</fo:inline>
> > </fo:block>
> > </fo:table-cell>
> >
> > But can't get "my text" aligned at the bottom of that table cell. Should
> I
> > use anything else instead or it's not supported at the moment?
> In the future, please post this sort of question on the fop-user mailing
> list. This list is meant for discussing the java internals of FOP.
> Thanks,
> Chris

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