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Re: [XSL-FO] Character spacing with multiples inlines

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  • Alexander Peshkov
    Hello Ryan, You have spaces and linefeed between T inline and HIS IS... inline. This space is normalized and rendered. If you want to avoid this effect you
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 24, 2003
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      Hello Ryan,

      You have spaces and linefeed between 'T' inline and 'HIS IS...'
      inline. This space is normalized and rendered. If you want to avoid
      this effect you have to remove all spaces between those tags (i.e. by
      adding appropriate instruction into the XSLT stylesheet).

      Best regards,
      Alexander Peshkov mailto:peshkov@...
      RenderX

      RG> Hi,

      RG> I have the following XML:

      RG> <title>
      RG> <i>T</i>
      RG> <sc>
      RG> <i>HIS IS HOW CERTAIN TITLES ARE FORMATTED</i>
      RG> </sc>
      RG> </title>

      RG> After applying templates, the following FO is generated:

      RG> <fo:block>
      RG> <fo:inline font-weight="bold">
      RG> <fo:inline font-style="italic">T</fo:inline>
      RG> <fo:inline font-size="0.8em">
      RG> <fo:inline font-style="italic">HIS IS HOW CERTAIN
      RG> TITLES ARE FORMATTED</fo:inline>
      RG> </fo:inline>
      RG> </fo:inline>
      RG> </fo:block>

      RG> When this is rendered, there is extra space between the first character and
      RG> the rest of the text. Is there a workaround in XEP (3.6.2) to make the
      RG> spacing
      RG> uniform?? Or can anyone explain where this extra space comes from? The
      RG> effect produced is "small caps".

      RG> Thanks,

      RG> RG


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