177RE: [XSL-FO] span multiple columns?
- Feb 2, 2001Thanks. I tried it.....FOP doesn't support it. You have to explicity set
the column size.
From: Nikolai Grigoriev [mailto:grig@...]
Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2001 4:27 PM
Subject: Re: [XSL-FO] span multiple columns?
> It looks like "n-columns-spanned" is defining how many columns inherit theThe property is spelled "number-columns-spanned".
> PROPERTIES of the fo:table-column element.
> Right, but when you say 'how many columns the cell takes up', do you meanThey should. I dare suggest you to look at
> the area in the cell (i.e., block(s) or 'children'of the cell) -because
> then, I am under the impression that that doesn't span.
http://www.renderx.com/testcases.html - there are some tests on tables
functionality, including one specifically designed to test cells spanning
multiple rows/columns (table_spans.fo).
> I'm hoping someone else may answer here, too! In my particularexperience,
> cell 'contents' don't span, and if I don't specify as many 'cells' asProbably your FO formatter does not support this functionality. By the spec,
> 'columns' in a given row, I get an error.
number of cells in a row need not be equal to the number of column
(that may be absent at all).
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