On Fri, 24 Aug 2001 10:08:46 +0200 (MEST), you wrote: >I wanna create a PDF file with FOP and i have a table cell and in that table >cell i wanna have 2 words. one on the left side(text-align="start") and one >on the right side(text-align="end"). And when i use a fo:block i can only >start or end. and when i use 2 fo:blocks i get 2 lines and i dont want that!
I'm an XSL-FO-newbie too but at the moment I understand there are at least two ways to achieve your goal: with the <table>-element or with the <list-block>-element: From the XSL-FO-FAQ http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsl/sect3/N8703.html ---- snip ---- #I am trying to set up a table of contents with XSL, #and there are two things #I haven't figured out how to do. These are: #1. A right-justified page number for each entry. You can treat each list entry as a list entry, with the table of contents entry as the list item label, and the page number as the list item body: <fo:list-item-label> <fo:block text-align="start"><xsl:value-of select="heading"/></fo:block> </fo:list-item-label> <fo:list-item-body> <fo:block text-align="end"> <fo:page-number-citation/></fo:block> </fo:list-item-body> Unfortunately, FOP doesn't seem to support fo:page-number-citation :-( --- snap --- BTW: A meaningful subject would be helpful and the mail-list [EMAIL PROTECTED] is better for non-FOP-specific question. (Please excuse my snooty indoctrination) - Michael Symonds