Re: space-start and space-end for block-areas

2006-08-01 Thread Vincent Hennebert
Really want to dig that one out again? :-) He he ;-) I guess yes. I was starting to look at all the intrusion-adjustment and -displace stuff when I stumbled upon this issue. I need to have an absolutely clear understanding of that if I want to implement side-floats correctly. Before I go

DO NOT REPLY [Bug 40144] - [infinite loop] big cell with number-rows-spanned attribute

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Re: space-start and space-end for block-areas

2006-08-01 Thread Vincent Hennebert
snip/ Ah yes, so this formula comes from the statement in 7.10.7 (BTW, in case of mixed writing modes / reference-orientations this statement is wrong; I don't think so. FOs like block-container create a viewport/reference pair. The viewport-area does the rotation, the reference-area is

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Re: space-start and space-end for block-areas

2006-08-01 Thread Andreas L Delmelle
On Aug 1, 2006, at 15:44, Jeremias Maerki wrote: On 01.08.2006 12:14:58 Vincent Hennebert wrote: snip / Well, with my working copy I get the following results: When start-indent is explicitly set to 0cm for the third paragraph, the text is placed 1 cm /left/ from the black border:

Re: space-start and space-end for block-areas

2006-08-01 Thread Andreas L Delmelle
On Aug 1, 2006, at 19:53, Andreas L Delmelle wrote: snip / Might be caused by something like: margin-left influences the start-indent property of the outer block, and this latter property is inherited... I'd debug in that direction: see what the call to PropertyList.getInherited() returns

Re: space-start and space-end for block-areas

2006-08-01 Thread Andreas L Delmelle
On Aug 1, 2006, at 20:06, Andreas L Delmelle wrote: Again answering my own question/remark here: snip / One way around this would be to exclude the inherited value of start-indent if start-indent is specified on the FO. That would make it: *either* inherited *or* explicit, and not explicit

Re: space-start and space-end for block-areas

2006-08-01 Thread Andreas L Delmelle
On Aug 1, 2006, at 20:29, Andreas L Delmelle wrote: On Aug 1, 2006, at 20:06, Andreas L Delmelle wrote: Again answering my own question/remark here: Oops, sorry for the noise. Totally overlooked the outer block- container... :(