On 09/03/2011 16:56, Glenn Adams wrote:
Has there been any definite response from the W3C for your original
bug filing that confirms your interpretation and agrees there is a
problem? If not (and I don't see a response yet in the W3C bug
report), then it may be premature to take a decision. It may be that
your interpretation of the specification is not consistent with the
XSL-FO group's interpretation, and that this difference is the source
of the trouble.
It's true that that the W3C may not agree with this view, but without a
change it is not possible to make an image a clickable link, which is a
fairly common requirement.
On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 9:44 AM, Vincent Hennebert
<vhenneb...@gmail.com <mailto:vhenneb...@gmail.com>> wrote:
I’d like to launch a vote for the integration of the patch from
Bugzilla #50763  into the Trunk.
The implementation of fo:basic-link would deviate from the XSL-FO 1.1
Recommendation, and behave as if the following sentence were added to
Section 6.9.2, “fo:basic-link”:
“The extent, in the block-progression-dimension, of the
content-rectangle of an inline-area generated by fo:basic-link, is
the minimum required to enclose the allocation-rectangles of
inline-areas stacked within that inline-area.”
This sentence is borrowed, with minor modifications, from the
of the maximum-line-rectangle in Section 4.5, “Line-areas”.
A bug  has been raised at W3C and the implementation may be changed
in the future to match the new requirements that may follow from its
+1 from me.