Re: [XSL-FO] Vert. alignment of list-item-label/-body (XEP 2.21)
- At 01/04/02 09:06 -0400, John E. Simpson wrote:
> > AntennaHouse respects the setting of the property value and the RenderXFor now, but the XEP folks have been very helpful and supportive and they
> > folks told me they have it on their to-do list from a report I made
> > earlier, it just isn't yet to-done.
>At the day job now, so I can't test it; but does this say that even if I
>set the fo:list-item's relative-align to "baseline" the thing still
>won't display properly in Xep?
are anxious to hear from us users as to what we think is priority and what
isn't. I've told them that I would like to see the baseline support ASAP,
so they have considered that with all of their other input when
establishing their development priorities.
>I will confess that while I like the general idea of AntennaHouse --Ouch! I haven't had *any* problems with AntennaHouse, and their level of
>it's more convenient as a development tool than the two-step transform
>(XML->FO, FO->PDF) process -- the thing crashes on me every single time
>I open it.
responsiveness has also been impressive. Sure there are some niggly
things, and their decision to use the Microsoft XSLT processor inherited
the bugs there that trip me up in my development environment.
Both companies seem very eager to please, which is wonderful to see in the
early stages of this technology development.
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