Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Table entry orientation in customization layer
Hi,Can I ask what XSL-FO processor you are using? If it is Antenna House, then you can just set the rotation and it will work. If it is XEP, it won't work without also setting the width of the content with the <?dbfo rotated-width="xx"?> processing instruction. XEP will make the table cell (and row) too tall of you don't.And currently FOP 0.94 won't position the rotated text correctly in the cell if you don't set the other processing instruction.So using the rotate attribute may not be sufficient with the current crop of processors.Bob Stayton
firstname.lastname@example.org----- Original Message -----From: Mimil MimilSent: Saturday, September 15, 2007 6:39 AMSubject: [docbook-apps] Table entry orientation in customization layerHi everybody,
I would like to customize my fo layer on table <entry> in order to use the rotate=1 attribute value. I would like the following:
Have the same behaviour as:
<entry align="right"><?dbfo orientation="90"?>text</entry>
But I don't know how to mimic the add of a Processing Instruction.
By the way I don't know if it is the best solution. I just want to not add a Processing Instruction in each of my entries I want rotated.
Could anyone give me a hint?