Re: [XSL-FO] Bottom align cell text when another cell spans 2+ columns
- At 2004-01-13 19:42 +0000, dennis_joel_david wrote:
>Normally, when a table cells inner text is not fit in 1 lineUse display-align="after" in your cells and the lines will be snug to the
>and therefore wraps, other cells on the same row will have their
>inner text aligned at the top in the cell, like this:
>THIS IS CELL 2
>I would like to have the inner text of cell 2 placed on the same line
>as the last line of cell 1, like this:
>CELL 1 CELL 2
>Is this possible?
bottom of the cell.
I hope this helps.
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- dennis_joel_david wrote:
> I would like to have the inner text of cell 2 placed on the same lineTry display-align="bottom" on the table cell.
> as the last line of cell 1, like this:
> _COLUMN1_ _COLUMN2_
> THIS IS
> CELL 1 CELL 2
> I use FOP for processing the document,Well, display alignment in FOP isn't exactly complete, but you
may be lucky.