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Subject: Re: 'pgwide' attribute in 'figure' element as a child of 'glossdef'
On Fri, Apr 04, 2003 at 09:06:29AM +0100, Norman Walsh wrote: > | Since the figure is part of the glossdef block, I don't > | think you can get it to center on the page without > | further intervention. > > Would setting the left and right margins to zero if pgwide=1 is > specified do The Right Thing? Wouldn't the image being in a fo:list-item-body element prevent this? Or could the margins be over-ridden? (As an aside, I can't quite decide whether centering the image in the page when it's part of the glossary definition would look good or not. In the situation I was describing, I just scaled the image down far enough, and it looked quite good centred in the definition block.) -- Paul. mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com