Re: [XSL-FO] Re: Postioning data vertically in table cells
- Are you using FOP? My memory is not very good but at one time FOP didn't
like having anything much other than character date inside its table
formatting. I hope this has changed but perhaps that's a place to start
looking for the solution.
At 05:37 PM 25/07/2001 +0000, you wrote:
>Tried using that (ie 'display align') both where you said in the
><table cell> tag as well as in the <fo block> I am using inside the
>table cell. None seem to affect my data position. It remains the way
>it was without this code.
>--- In XSL-FO@y..., "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@c...> wrote:
> > At 01/07/24 16:41 +0000, ivan_egan@y... wrote:
> > >Here is where I have my problem. What I want is that the position
> > >the data is in the center of the cell. As it is, I use text-align
> > >set it equal to center. That works the way I want it to, as it set
> > >the data in a center position horizontally. I want the data also
> > >in a center postion vertically. Therefore I would like my data to
> > >look like this in the table
> > >
> > > very long
> > > data1 data2 data called data4
> > > data3
> > Use <table-cell display-align="center"/> on each of the cells.
> > I hope this helps.
> > ........................ Ken
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